Mazda MX-30 2020

Mazda MX-30 2020


The Mazda MX-30 is an electric compact crossover SUV produced by Mazda. Based on the CX-30, it debuted at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. It is Mazda's first mass-produced electric car. It notably features suicide doors, dubbed by Mazda as freestyle doors as seen on their rotary sports car, the RX-8. The crossover is powered by an electric motor supported by a 35.5 kWh battery with an power output of 105 kW (141 hp; 143 PS) and 264 N⋅m (195 lbf⋅ft) torque, offering a range of 209 km (130 mi). The MX-30 will go on sale in Japan in the second half of 2020.

Mindfully designed with a purpose: Your life
From the outset, the development team behind the Mazda MX-30 wanted to create a car that would become a partner to its owner. It should appeal to be driven daily, and every time a customer gets behind the wheel, their affection for it should grow, and they can be more true to themselves. Everything about the model, from the styling that breeds a sense of familiarity, to the open-feeling cabin that sets the mind free, is uncompromisingly designed around the user.

"For those who desire a life with things that soothe and please the spirit; for those who want to live positively, actively choosing possessions and experiences that, by their own standards, are a match for their lifestyle; for those with the wisdom and inventiveness to tackle problems facing people, society and the earth in their own style, without overextending themselves; and for those who wish to create good times together with the people around them and with people all over the world. For those customers, the Mazda MX-30 offers a creative time and space that will allow them to live true to their natural selves."