The rear doors of the MX-30 are hung in the rear and Mazda chooses to call it “freestyle doors”. This should bring your mind to the sports car RX-8.
The name MX-30 comes from the dimensions of just over 4.40 meters in length reminiscent of the Mazda CX-30 crossover. The 35.5 kilowatt-hour lithium ion battery can provide a range of about 20 miles, according to the WLTP driving cycle.
The car will arrive in Europe in September 2020 and already it is possible to reserve a copy of the First Edition on Mazda’s website. It costs from SEK 349,900 and the purchase includes 18-inch alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, customizable LED headlights and head-up display that project information into the windshield.
On the inside, Mazda has largely chosen environmentally friendly materials and vegan leather. The fact that the center console is clad in cork refers to the fact that Mazda made cork from the beginning when the company was founded in 1920.