Also check out the new Cadillac CT-4. Same grille as the Genesis and Mazda.
Like “dragon tail” tail-lights. A lot of those around.Also check out the new Cadillac CT-4. Same grille as the Genesis and Mazda.
Does anyone do anything original anymore?
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Look up Ford Fusion deign team leader Moray Callum (Ford>Mazda>Ford) and brother Ian Callum (Ford>TWR>Jaguar/Aston-Martin).So which came first? The Mazda design, or the Genesis, the MB, the Caddy?
Seems to me that Mazda has used their current grille rendering a lot longer than the others.
Reminds me of the grille design of the Ford Fusion from a few years ago which was a blatant rip off from an Aston Martin.
The front of the more recent render puts it in line with the MX-30's design more. I kind of like it.
Interesting idea! Seems possible in the US and Canada (no Mazda2 now)...HmmThe front of the more recent render puts it in line with the MX-30's design more. I kind of like it.
Part of me wants them to name this the CX-60 to kind of go back to having a 3, 6, 9 designation again like the 323, 626, and 929 used to be. Rename the CX-9 into CX-90, and there you go.
Good point...There's the CX-4...I wonder if Mazda will bring that model to other markets with a different name? It's already established as the CX-4 in China so it would seem unlikely that they would change the name (for the Chinese market) at this point.I think in some way, shape, or form, Mazda will finally bring a version of the CX-4 to the US. Before Mazda made the crossover'd Mazda3 (CX-30), it made a crossover'd Mazda6 (CX-4) for the Chinese market.
My 2 cents is that they will introduce (reveal) at least one new model in 2021 as a 2022 model. Its either going to be the cx5 or the new 6.when will there be some “serious” intelligence on what’s coming? I had Acuras for many years and there were constantly spy shots and leaked reports. Maybe Mazda is better at keeping things secret?
Last that was heard from Mazda's CEO about this was that the launch of the new RWD platform had been pushed back to 2023 (assumed to mean 2023 model year). IIRC, they decided they needed more development time to design a platform better suited to future hybrid/EV drivetrains, as well as the new longitudinal gas/mild-hybrid and diesel engines already planned (which BTW very probably means new transmission(s) too, so I'm counting on at least an 8-spd auto next time around).My 2 cents is that they will introduce (reveal) at least one new model in 2021 as a 2022 model. Its either going to be the cx5 or the new 6.
Most likely you will never going to see spy shots fron Mazda, as the only model who had spy shots was the all new 3 and that one basically happened couple days before reveal