Mazda unveils new compact SUV at Geneva Motor Show
Mazda will unveil a new compact SUV at the Geneva Motor Show.
The second model of the new generation Mazda has the more mature Kodo design language and uses the modern SKYACTIV-Vehicle architecture. The propulsion system features the latest SKYACTIV engines, including the revolutionary SPCCI (Spark Plug Controlled Compression Ignition) technology, which uses a unique combustion method, combining constant performance regardless of the RPM level of a gasoline engine with the superior response of a diesel engine.
The anniversary edition of the Mazda MX-5 30 will also debut in Europe. Celebrating three decades of world premiere at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show, the Mazda MX-5 is the most popular roadster in history with over 1 million units sold worldwide, of which over 350,000 in Europe.
Another presence at the event is the new Mazda3, in hatchback and sedan variants, the first model of a new generation of Mazda vehicles. It is the first production car to offer Mazda's innovative SPCCI technology, which delivers superb, powerful initial response, linear torque and performance at all revs. The engine also integrates Mazda's new M-Hybrid Intelligent System, improving fuel economy and emissions.