Deliveries to European countries are expected to begin in the summer.

Photos of the CX-60 showcase the look in line with the Kodo brand’s design language, updated to include a stylized motif of brake ventilation behind the front wheel. The upscale, restrained interior has an elongated horizontal panel with a large screen sticking out in the middle.

Announcing a fleet of new signs last fall, Mazda said the CX-60, CX-70, CX-80 and CX-90 will have two body types with two seats: two rows and three rows.

  • The CX-60 will have two rows aimed at Europe and Japan
  • The CX-70 will have two rows and a wide hull aimed at North America
  • The CX-80 will have three rows, targeting Europe and Japan
  • The CX-90 will have three rows and a wide body, also for North America

Large crossovers will also offer a range of electrification.

The North American market will receive turbocharged gasoline engines and six-speed gasoline engines and plug-in hybrids.

Europe will get connected hybrids in combination with an in-line four-cylinder petrol engine. There, the new in-line six-cylinder petrol Skyactiv-X and diesel engine Skyactiv-D will also get a 48-volt soft hybrid system.

Japan will get a six-horsepower soft hybrid diesel system and connected hybrids.

Mazda is simple upgraded its Hofu H2 plant in Japan produce vehicles on a new large platform.

Mazda wants to account for a quarter of its global EV sales by 2030. And by then the rest of the Mazda production portfolio will also use some other forms of transmission electrification, from soft hybrid to plug-in hybrid technology.

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