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Auto Shows The 2020 Mazda MX-30 Is an EV That’ll Bring Back the Rotary

17:50  23 october  2019
17:50  23 october  2019 Source:   roadandtrack.com

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This is the 2020 Mazda MX - 30 , an EV crossover with suicide doors reminiscent of those on the old RX-8. Like a lot of new high-riding cars, the 2020 Mazda The B-pillar is integrated into the rear door, allowing for easy access to the back seats and a cool pillarless look when the both doors are open.

That news is obviously the electric motivation that underpins something with a Mazda badge for the first time. As for specifics, we aren’t given too much detail just yet, but for European markets, the compact crossover is said to utilize a single Mazda MX - 30 With Rotary Engine Officially Under Consideration.

After months of rumors, Mazda has finally revealed its first mass-production electric car at the Tokyo Motor Show. This is the 2020 Mazda MX-30, an EV crossover with suicide doors reminiscent of those on the old RX-8.

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Mazda has at last confirmed that it 's working on a new rotary engine, which will be used as a range-extended in a future EV . Rotary engines are compact yet able to produce impressive power outputs, making them ideal range-extenders, Mazda reckons its new one will even be able to run on liquefied

Like a lot of new high-riding cars, the 2020 Mazda MX-30 sports a coupe-esque design, with a dramatically sloped C-pillar. The B-pillar is integrated into the rear door, allowing for easy access to the back seats and a cool pillarless look when the both doors are open. Combined with a slim front grille that integrates into the headlights, the MX-30 has a handsome, neat look.

The interior is much of the same story, with a sleek dashboard incorporating cork, and fabrics made from recycled material.

a car parked in front of a building: The MX-30 uses a 35.5-kWh battery pack, sending power to a front-mounted electric motor. Eventually, it'll have a rotary range extender. © Mazda The MX-30 uses a 35.5-kWh battery pack, sending power to a front-mounted electric motor. Eventually, it'll have a rotary range extender.

Mazda didn't reveal much about the car's electric powertrain, saying only that it's packing a 33.5-kWh lithium-ion battery pack in the floor. No power or range figures have been given. Though the automaker didn't mention it in the initial press release, the MX-30 may eventually receive a rotary range extender, something Mazda confirmed last year.

Pre-orders for European customers are already open, with deliveries starting in 2020. Car and Driver predicts the MX-30 will come to America at some point as well. 

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