Two new SUV-class models, the CX-60 with two and the CX-80 with three rows of seats, await European Mazda customers from next year. The automaker confirmed her appointment in a press release and stated that she will belong to a family called Large Product.
For the first time, hybrid cars that combine a four-cylinder petrol engine and an electric motor enter the European markets with these models. British site Autocar speculates that Mazda can borrow equipment from the Toyota RAV4 here.
However, we do not consider the use of the entire drive system highly probable due to differences in its composition. The automaker will also showcase its six-cylinder petrol and diesel car, which will be connected to a 48-volt light-hybrid engine.
There will be more SUVs in the large product family – even the CX-70 and CX-90-branded versions. These will be based on a larger version of the chassis platform and will be designed for the USA and some other non-European countries. The smaller CX-50, which is not part of this family and is therefore very likely to keep the engine via the front axle, will also be designed for these countries.
However, the earliest discovery in the first half of 2022 will be the so-called EREV (Extended Range Electric Vehicle) of the Mazda MX-30. It will have a small rotating Wankel motor under the hood next to the electric motor as a generator.
In 2025, Mazda will present its new architecture for electric cars, in which many other models will be created. It’s too early to say pricing, design, or any other specific information.
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