Mazda has just officially unveiled the new CX-50 for North America yesterday (will be produced from January 2022 in Alabama, USA), here is another new crossover from this Japanese company.
Specifically, these spy images show complete unmasked copies of the Mazda CX-60, captured probably during the shooting of promotional material. That also means that the official promotion is not far away.
Mazda announced earlier that it is preparing five new crossovers for 2022 and 2023, which will be sold in different markets.
We first saw the CX-50 yesterday, followed by four crossovers, on Mazda’s new Large platform. These are this CX-60 with two rows of seats and then the CX-80 with three rows of seats for the global market, as well as the CX-70 with two rows of seats and the CX-90 with three rows of seats for North America.
Depending on the model and market, the range of these crossovers will include a 2.5-liter four-cylinder petrol engine, a Skyactiv-X 3.0-liter turbo six-cylinder with 48-volt mild hybrid assistance and a plug-in hybrid with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, as well. and the new Skyactiv-D 3.3-liter diesel six-cylinder.
Finally, Mazda is planning a platform for new electric vehicles for 2025, with the announcement that by 2030 all models will be electrified (with fully electric models by then accounting for about a quarter of total sales).
Ivan Mitic – Autoblog.rs
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