HONDA WINS RED DOT AWARDS 2021 FOR NEW JAZZ E:HEV, JAZZ CROSSTAR E:HEV AND FORZA 750

  • New Jazz and Jazz Crosstar types recognised for remarkable harmony of functionality, layout and security
  • Forza 750 luxurious scooter combines elegant layout lines with sporty overall performance and remarkable versatility   
  • Prestigious international Purple Dot Design and style Awards celebrate excellence in product, model and communication layout
  • Most recent award follows 2020 Purple Dot Award wins for CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP and ‘Best of the Best’ for Honda e

 

Honda’s new hybrid-only Jazz and Jazz Crosstar types and the Forza 750 scooter have been awarded hugely coveted Purple Dot Awards 2021 in the ‘Product Design’ group. These internationally renowned accolades are only bestowed on the best excellent merchandise that excel in product, model and communication layout.

 

The once-a-year Purple Dot awards are made the decision by a panel of fifty international authorities who test, appraise and explore just about every entry to highlight remarkable layout and innovation. The judging standards are reappraised and adapted just about every yr to replicate the newest complex, social, financial and ecological needs.

 

“We have had a further profitable yr, receiving quite a few awards in the Product or service Design and style group of the globally-recognised Purple Dot layout awards,” stated Toshinobu Minami, Chief Running Officer, Design and style Center, Honda R&D Co. Ltd.,

 

“Since our institution, we at Honda have constantly aimed to replicate the idea of ‘making customers’ every day lives much more enjoyable’ in our product layout, and we imagine that receiving these awards is a recognition of our achievement in carrying out this. We will proceed to abide by this unchanging basic principle, thinking ‘outside the box’ to layout merchandise that offer ‘surprise and excitement’ to customers’ lives.”

 

The Jazz e:HEV and Jazz Crosstar e:HEV are aligned with Honda’s commitment to electrify a hundred% of its European types by 2022. The Jazz was built to encapsulate Honda’s ‘Yoo no bi’ philosophy, which recognises the attractiveness that exists in every day items honed in excess of time to make them even much more attractive and ergonomically fulfilling to use. The Jazz layout also employs Honda’s ‘Man-Most, Equipment-Minimum’ (M/M) development basic principle, which is centered on the belief that the reason of technological know-how and layout is to provide the needs of the driver and passengers. The final result is a motor vehicle that combines functionality and usability, expressed through innovative attributes like Magic Seats, but maintains a modern and contemporary look.

 

The rugged Crosstar variant was created to broaden the enchantment of the design, presenting a much more SUV-fashion proposition, oriented toward individuals with lively life. Greater existence comes from a bold entrance grille layout, substantial black trim and attractive side sills and roof rails. The Crosstar-unique alloy wheels, which widen in direction of the rim, produce an increased feeling of steadiness and enhance the robust over-all visual impact.

 

Launched in the Autumn of 2020, the model-new Honda Forza 750 crowns the celebrated Forza selection of luxurious scooters, which merge ‘GT’ levels of convenience and road existence with sporty, agile overall performance in a supremely attractive, quality offer. The new flagship Forza is no exception, with stylish, roomy styling that gives ample leg room and wind security for at ease higher-velocity cruising, coupled with excellent aerodynamics thanks to a modern entrance-stop layout and slim rear segment. It is also built for simple use close to city, with secure handling and easy acceleration from its torquey, fuel-productive 745cc twin-cylinder engine.

 

The classically Forza function-rich spec sheet contains numerous riding modes, Honda Selectable Torque Command, Honda’s special-in-motorcycling Twin Clutch Transmission (DCT), total LED lighting and Honda Smartphone Voice Command. The low 790mm seat peak, 22 litres of under-seat baggage place – adequate to accommodate a total-deal with helmet – and USB-C charger socket enhance the every day usability.

 

These newest honours follows other recent successes for Honda in the Purple Dot awards, highlighting Honda’s commitment to creating attractive merchandise that are built with no compromise. In 2020, Honda e obtained the major award, ‘Best of the Best’, and was recognised together with the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP superbike – which was the 1st Honda motorbike to acquire a Purple Dot award. This follows previous successes, which include the Honda S2000 in 2001, Civic in 2006, and the European Accord Tourer in 2008.

 

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