The Mazda MX-30 Concept accurately previews the brand’s first-ever production EV coming next year.
Focusing on Mazda EV’s exterior design, the latest teaser mentions a “coupe-like cabin” and unique door concept.
Mazda’s first-ever production EV will be a subcompact model packing the latest technologies and sustainable materials.
Could Mazda bring back the RX nameplate that was killed off in 2012, probably with some kind of electrification? We sure hope so.
The CX-30 is eye-catching, well made and a lot of car for the money, but fails to offer an engaging driving experience.
2020 Mazda CX-30 will debut in Mexico next month with a single engine option, the 187 HP SkyActiv-2.5.
The Mazda3 TCR is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 350 HP and will make its first outing at the 2020 Rolex 24 event.
The 2020 Mazda2 features a fresh exterior design, new Skyactiv technology and better refinement.
Mazda updates its compact model with more safety kit as standard, making it slightly more expensive.
Mazda’s first EV will be a completely new model and not a zero-emission version of an existing product.
The electric vehicle will be available for test drives disguised as a Mazda CX-30, but will have a new EV platform underneath.
A modified MX-5 Mk1 broke the record for the most hairpins driven by a car in 12 hours.