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When reimagining the next generation of Jazz, Honda engineers and designers were united in their ambition to put driver and occupant comfort at the heart of all their decision making. By considering all elements of the car as one development team, decisions impacting structure, design and ergonomics were made simultaneously, resulting in class-leading levels of comfort and spaciousness and a significant step forward from its predecessor.
When the all-new Jazz launches later this year it will drive advanced Honda hybrid innovation from the race track to the road. Using engineering expertise from its motorsport team, Honda is drawing knowledge from its Formula 1™ Hybrid Power Unit (PU) programme to improve the energy efficiency of the brand's e:HEV hybrid system.
Exemplifying Honda's commitment to occupant safety, the all-new Jazz is the first of the brand’s models in Europe, and the first model in its class to market, to feature new front-centre airbag technology as standard. The newly introduced passive safety feature is just one element of a comprehensive package of safety features and driver aids for the all-new Jazz, further reinforcing the car’s reputation as one of Europe's safest.
Honda Motor Europe is expanding its battery recycling partnership with SNAM (Société Nouvelle d’Affinage des Métaux) to advance the sustainable usability of its end-of-life traction batteries. The pan-European arrangement will see SNAM collect and recycle batteries from Honda's increasing number of hybrid and electric vehicles and either potentially prepare them for 'second-life' renewable energy storage uses or extract valuable materials for recycling if they are not suitable for that purpose.
Honda Origins retraces the life of company founder Soichiro Honda through an animated series combining Japanese-style manga cartoon drawings, audio and historic photographs. The audio-visual journey from the beginnings of Honda through to its achievements and legacy, with six episodes each lasting between 10 and 20 minutes, is available to watch now via the link
The Honda Collection Hall (HCH), a museum located at the Twin Ring Motegi circuit in Japan, hosts the largest collection of products developed by the company, with over 300 models on show – all via a 360º virtual tour. You can take the tour by visiting: Here, you can retrace the history of the Japanese manufacturer through an exclusive collection of cars, motorcycles, power products and racing machines.
Honda’s highly acclaimed Honda e compact electric vehicle has been awarded the ‘Red Dot: Best of the Best 2020’ award for ground-breaking product design, the highest honour in the internationally renowned ‘Red Dot’ awards. This award is given to the best product in each category.
Honda announced today that all forthcoming models will feature advanced connectivity technologies. The first example of this commitment is the availability of the My Honda+ application and Honda Personal Assistant on Honda e and all-new Jazz and Jazz Crosstar.
Honda has today announced further details of its first commercial Energy Management service – under the new brand ‘e:PROGRESS’ - which will come to market during 2020.
Honda’s March 2020 press conference delivered by Tom Gardner, Senior Vice President, Honda Motor Europe – view the full press conference in the video below.