Renault Arkana

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Jazz 2020

Expected Launch : August 2020


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Expected Launch : July 2020



Expected Launch : June 2020



Expected Launch : June 2020

Trending car news Honda revealed a teaser image of their upcoming next generation Jazz, ahead of its global debut at the Tokyo Motor Show. The teaser image has the profile of this much anticipated model in a dark shadow. The fourth generation Jazz appears tall, curvy and more rounded when compared to the outgoing model.

From the spy images revealed in the past couple of days, we know that the vehicle looks more steady in stance now. The headlamps have been revised and swept back further high. Tail lights too have been redesigned, while the tailgate design makes the vehicle look entirely new from the rear. The shark fin antenna at the roof is more prominent in the teaser image.

Honda Jazz 2020 will have elements of similarity at the front with the Honda CR-V facelift, and also will most likely be featured in the sub 4 metre segment, when brought to India. The new urban hatch is expected to have a spacious cabin unlike before. Inside, there will be a large infotainment screen along with a digital instrument cluster.

Honda Jazz is also named Honda Fit in certain markets, has been ‘redesigned with the passenger at its heart’ as claimed by the company. The tagline alone says the amount of energy spent on redesigning the car with the comfort and contentment of the passenger. Hence, high hopes are expected on the new generation model.

Apparently, the European market will feature only the advanced two motor hybrid power-train variant of the new generation Jazz. India will however get the BS-VI engine, a 1.2L or 1.5L unit, in line with the stringent emission norms to hit the market in a couple of months. New Gen Honda Jazz is expected to share its underpinnings with the upcoming Honda City 2020 and will continue to rival its existing competitors in the country, upon launch that is predicted in the second half of 2020.

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Trending car news What distinguishes this new model from its sibling is its soft-top that adds to its weight by 120kgs. Otherwise, the design and mechanicals are pretty much the same for both. The Spyder is powered by a 5.2L, NA (naturally aspirated) V10 engine that fires 640 horses and 600Nm at 6500rpm of torque while being paired to a 7-speed Dual Clutch Automatic transmission unit.

The soft-top works on a hydraulic mechanism that shuts down the roof in approximately 17 seconds while driving at speeds less than 50kmph. Huracan EVO Spyder has a top speed of 325kmph like its sibling and sprints from 0-100kmph in 3.1 seconds. However, Huracan EVO Coupe is faster and can manage the same in 2.9 seconds.

In terms of features, Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder gets LDVI chassis control system, rear wheel steering and four wheel torque vectoring system like the Coupe. Exteriors sport body coloured bumpers and black A pillars in contrast to the body. LDVI system analyses the driver’s driving conditions in line with the road and prepares itself to guarantee the best possible driving experience for the road ahead.

Huracan EVO Spyder gets 8.4 inch touchscreen infotainment system compatible with Apple Carplay, voice command and dual camera system, choice of three options for upholstery including leather, Alcantara and Carbon Fibre inside the cabin. The new convertible competes with Ferrari 488 Spider and Audi R8 Spyder, but is tad expensive than the two.

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