The first Chinese-built Jazz supermini is set to be unleashed upon an expectant British market from the summer.
Despite the vehicles having been produced in Chinese factories since 2004, the British motoring public have thus far only been able to purchase cars made in Japan.
The thoroughly popular vehicle, which has been lauded for its overall performance in many customer satisfaction surveys, will be no different from any previous models which have been built.
"They will be exactly the same quality as the vehicles we get from Japan and use the same materials," a spokesperson for Honda told Auto Express.
Honda Jazz vehicles possess a flexible interior so that seats can be arranged to create an open space.
The new Jazz superminis are also being produced in China’s Guangzhou factory.