Mazda will be unveiling an enhanced ‘6’ Wagon at the 88th Geneva International Motor Show today. According to the Japanese brand, its flagship passenger vehicle will come with new premium features, engineering concepts, and technologies based on its human-centered design philosophy.
Although specs for the Mazda6 Wagon haven't been revealed, it would be safe to assume that it will share practically all the features of its sedan counterpart (sans the cargo space), which was revealed at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. Mazda also affirmed that this estate will be adopting the same "Mature Elegance" concept and its human-centered design philosophy.
It will most probably have the same SkyActiv-G 2.5L naturally-aspirated and SkyActiv-G 2.5T direct-injection turbo gasoline engines, which is also seen in the CX-9. If rumors are to be followed, the naturally-aspirated mill will produce 184 hp and 251 Nm of torque while its turbocharged engine will have a healthy 250 hp and 420 Nm of torque on tap, perfect for dads (or moms) who need a car for a “quick” trip to the grocery. Unfortunately, there’s no news yet if Mazda will include its SkyActiv-D diesel engine in its lineup in the future.
Apart from the 6 Wagon, the Japanese carmaker will bring its Mazda Kai Concept and Vision Coupe to the 88th Geneva International Motor Show, which runs from March 6 to 18, 2018. The brand plans to showcase its future technology and design that will usher in the next generation of Mazda vehicles.
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