Honda's Intentions for the 2020 Geneva Motor Show

Administrator posted this 25 February 2020

Honda will showcase its range of electrified and connected technologies as part of the brand's new e:TECHNOLOGY direction at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show. This line will be the series of electrified new cars, as well as upgraded in this direction already more familiar models.

All-new Honda Jazz — debuts at the auto show

The hatchback in previous versions showed itself perfectly. The list of updates that the engineers have implemented allows us to call this model completely new, but it has retained the advantages for which Jazz was once loved by motorists from different countries.

New Version of Crosstar

SUV for active and eco-friendly recreation. Available with the same hybrid drivetrain and interior features as the standard model, the new Jazz Crosstar features increased ground clearance, waterproof upholstery, and built-in roof ratings.

E:HEV technology

This technology was developed specifically for Jazz, whose subsequent modifications and adaptations will allow the creation of new engines for subsequent cars of the brand. The e: HEV system, recently developed for Jazz, includes two compact energy-saving electric motors connected to a 1.5-liter DOHC I-VTEC gasoline engine, a lithium-ion battery, and an innovative fixed-gear transmission via an intelligent power control unit.

AI technologies and Connected devices

In addition, Honda will introduce advanced connectivity technologies and an AI system.

Energy Management

Honda will also present its range of solutions for charging electric vehicles and managing energy consumption. Honda Power Charger will be presented as an example of urban charging infrastructure from charging specialists.

And also...

The stand will be equipped with a new line of Honda Civic Type R, where new versions of the Sport Line and Limited Edition will be presented for the first time. The edition is limited to 100 models for the European market. All models in the new extended line of 2020 Honda Civic Type R received a number of style improvements. Changes were made to the bumper, optics, air intake, radiator (as a result, increased downforce in the front), suspension, brake discs and pads, etc. There is a new performance data logger Honda LogR that will make its debut in the Civic Type R. The new system combines data from the on-Board computer and sensors with a smartphone app to help drivers track and record various performance parameters.