The Mazda CX-50 was announced by the Japanese manufacturer which will be an exclusive product to the North American market. However, with this, a CX-60, CX70, CX80 and CX-90 will be introduced.
Kolesa has given us a digital interpretation of what the Mazda CX-50 will look like. This rendition is based on a set of patent images released by the brand which depicted the current design language of the brand at the front with a bolder grille, updated headlamp cluster, shorter length compared to the CX-5. It will also wear an original bumper with built-in narrow horizontal indicator lamps.
We can also notice a set of squared wheel arches on the Mazda CX-50 rendering which is also seen on the CX-30 as well as the new shape of the rear side windows. We can expect this SUV to overlap with all modern high-riding Mazdas.
Earlier this year, Mazda South Africa announced that an updated CX-5 would be arriving with a further design evolution and several notable revisions. This SUV will continue to form part of the Japanese brand’s SUV offering in SA.
Mazda says its bespoke approach towards carbon neutrality and electrification of powertrains takes market specific needs, the level of infrastructure development and legal frameworks of different global markets into account. This allows the local arm to introduce these new products to our customers as our market itself moves toward carbon neutrality and electrification.
Internal combustion engines, that currently power the large majority of vehicles sold in South Africa, will continue to be offered. In parallel, it will continuously evaluate alternative powertrains and will communicate confirmed details closer to the launch time.
Mazda Southern Africa says it efforts to build a strong brand with a consistent improvement of the brand value through investment in product, technologies and customer experience all of which are based on a unique interpretation of our Japanese premium positioning.