Aug 3, 2020 - 10:17 am

Mazda can’t leave their hands off combustion


Mazda just can’t seem to stay away from combustion engines: The Mazda MX-30 that was introduced in October 2019 as an all-electric model and announced in a further version with range extender, has now been surprisingly presented with a mild hybrid combustion engine.

The presentation took place at an event near Tokyo and added a hybrid offshoot next to the fully electric SUV MX-30. Sales of the hybrid offshoot are expected to begin at the end of this year, while buyers of the fully electric model will have to wait till 2021 until deliveries start, as it will launch as a leasing model at the end of the year.


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