Mazda unveils the new CX-30

Mazda unveils the new CX-30

Mazda unveils the new CX-30

When Mazda released a “teaser” about a new crossover about a month ago, industry experts believed that the Japanese company would launch a new generation of the CX-3 at the Geneva show.

But Mazda exceeded expectations and unveiled today, Tuesday, in Geneva, the all-new CX-30, which stands in the middle between the CX-3 and CX-5.

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The “Motor 1” website said that the exterior design of the new car appears more conservative than its sisters in the CX group, and that the engine will be less powerful “by a slight difference” compared to the CX-5 engine.

The new car is based on the Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture platform used in the new Mazda 3. The length of the new vehicle is 4,395 meters (173 inches), and its width is about 1.8 meters.

The car receives Euro 6d-TEMP petrol and diesel engines and is mated to either a six-speed manual transmission or an automatic with the same number.

pictureAnd Motor 1 quoted the company as saying that all cars that will operate with petrol engines will be equipped with the Mazda (M Hybrid) system in order to save more fuel.

This system combines a breakthrough internal motor, an electric motor, and a 24-volt lithium-ion battery.

The new car also receives the latest Mazda engine, the “Skyactiv-X”, which relies on a unique combustion method that combines the advantages of gasoline and diesel engines.

Mazda has not revealed the power of the engine yet, but “Motor 1” is expected to be in the range of 178 horsepower (and 133 kilowatts), and that the new vehicle will be equipped with an all-wheel drive system.

The car will be equipped with an advanced set of technological features for safety factors, including automatic brakes, a device to monitor the driver’s attention, and a driving assistant in crowded areas that monitors the steering wheel, brakes, and acceleration.

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