Mazda unveiled its first ever electric car - Mazda MX-30 crossover


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Mazda has finally revealed its first-ever full-production electric car and it’s a coupe-like, sporty crossover with the model name MX-30.

Mazda has now successfully joined the electric vehicle production race with the reveal of its all-new MX-30 crossover which is a full production electric car.

With just a few details and photos of this new Mazda MX-30 crossover that have been received so far here at Naijauto, it is pretty clear that Mazda is going into the EV market as a strong contender.


Meet the new and all-electric Mazda MX-30 crossover – first-ever full-production electric car from the brand

To start with, the number “30” in the name of this new Mazda crossover clearly tells a lot about its size in a very similar fashion to the also upcoming Mazda CX-30 and in a close manner to the popular Mazda3 hatchback.

Also, the “MX” prefix in the name of this new Mazda electric crossover is used only on sporty cars from the Japanese automaker. This name choice is pretty much a giveaway that the MX-30 is meant to be a fun car.


The all-electric Mazda MX-30 crossover seems to have much more to offer in terms of speed 

>>> As more carmakers join the all electric train, Volvo is not left out. See here: Volvo determines to stop gas car production in 5 years, introducing Volvo XC40 Recharge

Mazda MX-30 all-electric Crossover – The exterior

At first glance, the overall shape of this new Mazda MX-30 crossover mostly highlights its sportiness.

The exterior design features a coupe-like fastback roofline that could make many people argue that the vehicle is simply a coupe as it also uses a similar type of half-door arrangement at the rear part just like the Saturn Ion and RX-8 Coupes.

Mazda provides contrasting type of graphite colour options for the roof of the Mazda MX-30 and also made the vehicle body’s lower half very simple as well as kind of boxy with a blunt nose. Mazda also made the nose of this MX-30 feature its pentagonal griller but in a smaller rendition that blends beautifully into the vehicle’s headlights.


Feel the elegance of the all-new electric Mazda MX-30 crossover

Mazda MX-30 all-electric Crossover – The interior

On the inside, the Mazda MX-30 boasts of a minimalist type of modern dashboard that is wide and low at the same time. One could instantly notice the touchscreen display that helps packs functions for climate control and its position right on a sort of “floating” type of centre console and stack.

The Interior of this MX-30 is blessed with very unique type of materials like the fabrics which are made directly from recycled plastic bottles. The cork found on its centre console is actually made creatively from the leftovers gotten from a company that specializes in cork stopper. This cork is pretty much a mild reminder of the automaker’s history of once being a cork production company.


Unique underlying details make the interior of this all-electric MX-30 crossover different from others

As of this moment, all you have read and seen above are just about all that Mazda has officially revealed so far about its new MX-30 crossover. We expect to see DC fast charging, electric G-Vectoring Control and many other cool features in this new electric crossover when it finally rolls off the assembly line.

  Mazda MX-30 2020 review walkaround – electric SUV

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