The Mazda CX-60 crossover, announced in October last year, will be presented on March 8. This was announced by the manufacturer himself, who published a small video teaser in which the car can be partially viewed from the front and in profile. There is no fundamentally new visual information: cars with a similar exterior were seen by spies during advertising filming back in November.
The CX-60 belongs to the Large Products category on the Skyactiv Multi-Solution Scalable Architecture platform. The model is intended for Europe and Japan. It will be the first plug-in hybrid Mazda for the EU: the combination of a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol and an electric motor will provide a combined output of over 300 hp. Also announced for the Mazda CX-60 are new inline-six engines, the Skyactiv-X petrol and Skyactiv-D diesel, both powered by a 48-volt mild-hybrid system.
Following the two-row CX-60, Mazda will release a three-row CX-80 on the same architecture and with a similar set of engines. At the same time, for North America and countries from some other regions, the company is simultaneously preparing a duet of larger crossovers – the CX-70 and CX-90. They will also get in-line petrol “turbo-six” and “socket” modifications. All mentioned models will be officially presented during 2022-2023. And by 2025, the Japanese promise to roll out three electric vehicles on the same Skyactiv Multi-Solution Scalable Architecture.