Mazda is expanding its range of SUVs starting in 2022

Mazda announced today that it intends to expand its range of SUVs starting in 2022.

The new models will include the Mazda CX-50 that will be manufactured at the US factory. The list goes on with the Mazda CX-60, Mazda CX-70, Mazda CX-80 and Mazda CX-90, all to be introduced in the next two years between 2022 and 2023.

“We aim to offer customers a wide range of SUVs capable of offering both driving pleasure and compliance with the latest rules on environmental protection,” reads the company’s press release.

Mazda will launch five new SUV models. Two of them are destined for Europe

The Mazda CX-50 is a crossover SUV that will be added as a new model for the US market, where off-road performance is in high demand. Production of the CX-50 will begin in January 2022.

The CX-50 is part of the “Small Product” category. The rest of the SUVs that have been announced belong to the “Large Products” group, which means that they will be based on the new Mazda platform.

The CX-60 and CX-80 were designed for roads in Europe and Japan. The CX-70 and CX-90 are intended for North America and other markets where larger models are preferred. The CX-90 could be a direct replacement for the CX-9, which was introduced to the market in 2015.

The models in the “Large Product” group will offer a variety of electrified engines to meet the emission requirements of each country. In the European market, where electrification is already in full swing, plug-in hybrid models have priority.

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