It looks like the 4cyl plug-in hybrid is coming first with the gas Skyactiv-x not arriving until 2023. I hope the CX-90 inline-6 is also not delayed. There are also some interesting comments regarding the 8-speed Auto.
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The CX-60 will be the first vehicle to be based on the new Skyactiv Multi-Solution Scalable Architecture in the "Large" version. Mazda will be the first to launch the all-new model with a plug-in hybrid powertrain paired with a four-cylinder gasoline engine.
An all-new inline six-cylinder diesel will follow toward the end of 2022, and an inline six-cylinder gasoline engine with SPCCI combustion will follow later in 2023. Both six-cylinder engines will be combined with a 48V hybrid system. Power is always transmitted to the rear axle or optionally to all wheels by a new eight-speed automatic transmission, which houses the electric motor in the transmission for both the plug-in hybrid and the 48V hybrid. As a special feature, the automatic transmission developed by Mazda does not have a hydraulic torque converter, but instead has hydraulic clutches. The electric range is said to be around 60 kilometers. Mazda plans to show the CX-60, which is clearly trending toward premium, for the first time at the end of February.