[Photos] Mazda Reveals the MX-30 at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show
The world’s first mass-production electric Mazda debuted at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. Dubbed the Mazda MX-30, this spacious new crossover builds upon the groundwork laid by the upcoming 2020 Mazda CX-30. Here’s an inside-and-out look at this innovative new EV.
On the outside, it’s easy to see the DNA of the Mazda MX-30. Its sports-coupe good looks give it a high-tech feel. Notice the drastically sloped C-pillar, and how the B-pillar smoothly flows into the rear door. Combine that with a thin, elegant grille, and you’ve got one clean looking driving machine.
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You can access the cabin through a pair of freestyle doors. This simple switch makes a huge difference — combined with the streamlined design, the cabin boasts an open, airy feeling. Plus, the Mazda MX-30 really earns its eco-friendly street cred thanks to a wealth of sustainable and recycled materials in its cabin. For instance, you’ll find a sleek dashboard made from cork and fabric derived from recycled material.
So far, Mazda hasn’t revealed much about the new vehicle’s powertrain. We know that it’ll boast a 33.5-kWh lithium-ion battery, but nothing has been said about its range estimates or power specs. It will also utilize e–Skyactiv technology, which
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Currently, the automaker is taking orders for the Mazda MX-30. However, these orders are limited to European buyers. That said, it’s highly likely that the new model will soon be available to American buyers.
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