Mazda Motor Corporation has announced that it will be expanding its lineup of vehicles with more SUVs starting in 2022. The Japanese automaker has stated that these new vehicles will likely be named the CX-50, CX-60, CX-70, CX-80, and the CX-90. These vehicles are expected to be launched sometime between 2022 to 2023.
Similar to its current lineup of vehicles, such as the Mazda CX-8 and the Mazda CX-5, these new SUVs will come with the brand’s Skyactiv technology, along with other features distinct to Mazda. The automaker states that it will use bundled planning and flexible production which it has accumulated over time and will be part of its building block strategy for the new SUV lineup. In this manner, Mazda will be able to expand its SUV line-up efficiently and with low investment ensuring stable growth for its business for the medium to long term.
While there are no specifications or photos of the upcoming vehicles, the Mazda CX-50 is rumored to be a crossover and will intertwine with the automaker’s other products such as the Mazda3 and Mazda CX-30. The other lineup of vehicles from the CX-60 to the CX-90 will reportedly come in two body types and will feature two seating arrangements in either a two-row or three-row configuration. Mazda will likely utilize the two-row CX-60 and a three-row CX-80 in markets such as Japan and Europe due to their narrow streets, while other countries such as the US will get the CX-70 and CX-90 as their roads can handle much larger and wider vehicles. The CX-70 will likely come in a two-row configuration, while the CX-90 will come with three rows. These two larger vehicles will help expand Mazda’s mid-size crossover SUV lineup.
Mazda has yet to release any specific launch dates and images of these new vehicles, however, we expect them to come on within the given 2022 to 2023 time frame. When they will come to the Philippine market is still unknown, but we can expect to see the CX-50 and the CX-90 make their way into the country within the next three years.
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