This year is, of course, a very special one for Mazda as it marks 100 years since its foundation in 1920.
Mazda has announced the groundbreaking Skyactiv-X M-Hybrid powertrain will be introduced in Australia on 2020 World Design Car of the Year, Mazda3 from August, and on 2020 World Car of the Year Finalist, CX-30 from September.
With its tough, muscular design, Brand-New Mazda BT-50 showcases a progression of Mazda’s acclaimed Kodo design language to offer something completely new, yet familiar to the popular ute market customers.
The stunning new Mazda3 has claimed the 2020 World Car Design of the Year title in the world’s most prestigious automotive awards, World Car of the Year.
The 2019 Tokyo Motor Show will go down in Mazda history as the location for the global unveiling of its first mass-production electric vehicle. Mazda MX-30 is the third new-generation Mazda model and is a bold and expressive evolution of the Mazda Kodo – Soul of Motion design language.