After months of speculations around the Geneva debut of the next-gen CX-3, Mazda made an unexpected move by presenting a CX-30 crossover. According to the company's official announcements, CX-30 is supposed to fill in the gaps between two of the most popular Mazda models - CX-3 and CX-5. Again, just like the company's most recent creations, it's the KODO design that serves as a basis for CX-30.
Under the hood of the new Mazda will be placed a variety of the Skyactive's units, including the powerful Skyactiv-X. Later on, a diesel and a petrol (combined with a hybrid system) units will join the eqippment options. Customers will be able to choose between a 6-speed manual or an automatic transmission.
Along with that, Mazda CX-30 comes with a disc brakes (the rear ones are ventilated discs), McPherson front suspension and a torsion beam rear suspension, plus a GVC driving system for a better handling. Another thing Mazda CX-30 can be very proud of is the compact proportions: 4395 mm lenght, 1795 mm width, 1540 height and 2655 mm wheelbase. The trunk is 430 litres - enough to fit everything needed for a family trip in the country.
The spacious cabin offers a lot of neats and grits for the driver and passengers. Again, the interior bears the distinctive KODO design features which are now focused on the human inside the car and his/her comfort.
Author: Di Ilieva