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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.
Following the cancellation of the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show, Honda will now deliver a media presentation online.
Honda is set to debut the all-new Jazz and Jazz Crosstar at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, along with a range of electrified products and energy management innovations. Unified under new e:TECHNOLOGY branding, the line-up represents Honda's ambition to provide a full range of electrified mobility and energy products to suit modern lifestyles.
Honda is expanding its Civic Type R range with the addition of two new variants, Limited Edition and Sport Line. Building on the dynamic performance capabilities of the standard Type R GT, the new models each offer a different style and performance proposition, further broadening the appeal of Honda's award-winning hatchback.
The all-new Honda Jazz provides an effortless driving experience with efficient and responsive performance delivered by e:HEV hybrid technology as standard. The all-new compact car offers the most compelling package in its segment, combining increased occupant comfort, intuitive technology, with seamless in-car connectivity and remote services that seamlessly integrate with occupants' everyday lives.
Introducing Honda's next-generation electric vehicle, Honda e
When designing and developing the latest generation Jazz, Honda engineers took the bold step of completely reimagining the iconic model from the ground up. In the process they conceived a compelling new proposition in the compact segment: an all-new city car that combines exceptional efficiency with outstanding everyday usability, ready to meet the needs of modern consumers.
Honda kicks off the new year with a first look at the updated 2020 Civic Type R high performance hatchback. Unveiled today at the Tokyo Auto Salon, customers and enthusiasts have been given a glimpse of the new model’s revised exterior.