Mazda will develop new six-cylinder engines, both petrol and diesel
Mazda has announced the development of new six-cylinder engines for both gasoline and diesel.
The news comes from a presentation provided to investors that have been uploaded to Mazda's website. The presentation shows that the new engines will be installed longitudinally, they are combined with all-wheel drive, they can also be associated with hybrid or hybrid technology.
What does this mean for Mazda? It will likely produce large vehicles such as an SUV or crossover. It is possible that the upcoming Mazda 6 sedan will benefit from the new powertrains, although it remains to be seen if the company will offer them in Europe if they are reserved only for the US market.
The same thing happens with new SUVs. Mazda has already announced that it will not sell the CX-9 SUV in Europe. So we can say that the Mazda 3 is a pretty smart model back in the base version. The list of standard kits offered in the interior is continuous with Head-Up display, armrest, steering wheel and leather switch, air conditioning and electric glazing. Our test model went further with an air conditioning system, a heated steering wheel, a reversing camera, a car lock button located on the tailgate and others.