Mazda continues to expand and innovate their model lineup. As electric power becomes more prominent in the modern automotive market, Mazda will be introducing their first all-electric vehicle—the Mazda MX-30 EV.1 As the brand makes its first move into the EV world, folks around Gastonia, Charlotte, and Lincolnton, NC, and the rest of the state are curious to see what the result will be.
While the exact features, specifications, and trim levels of the Mazda MX-30 EV are not yet known, we do have some idea of what the vehicle will entail. At Mazda of Gastonia, we thought we’d preview the crossover, while also giving you the chance to receive updates or make reservations!
You can expect the Mazda MX-30 EV to mesh futuristic styling concepts with the same elegant design language the brand currently touts. It’s likely that the crossover EV will resemble other crossovers in the lineup, such as the Mazda CX-3 and the Mazda CX-30.
The exterior will feature smooth sheet metal and soft lines running along the body. The front grille will resemble that found on current Mazda vehicles too.
In the cabin, Mazda has promised intricate, select materials that provide an upscale and luxurious feel. Along with the rich interior décor, durability is going to take precedence. The crossover will look good and also last a long time, without showing signs of wear and tear.
In support of the environment, you can expect the use of sustainable materials, such as cork, as well as recycled fabrics.
If you’ve driven a Mazda previously, you know how connected each model is to the road. Responsive steering, smooth power delivery, and a composed driving demeanor over all surfaces are a few traits that have helped Mazda earn its reputation for developing driver-centric vehicles. The switch to an all-electric powertrain isn’t going to negate any of these founding principles of the brand.
For example, electric G-Vectoring Control Plus is going to provide precise steering. You can expect the crossover to grip the road tightly, making it a more adept cruiser during inclement weather.
A plug-in hybrid version is also expected to debut shortly after the initial Mazda MX-30 EV makes its first appearance. The all-electric version will rely upon a rotary generator to charge the battery, improving its range. Other sophisticated elements of the Mazda performance platform are sure to be on hand as well.
The move to electrification in current cars is here to stay. Mazda has always been an innovation leader and will continue to do so, as gas power is replaced with alternative energy sources.
If you can see yourself driving an electric crossover around Lincolnton, Charlotte, or Gastonia, North Carolina, get in touch with our Mazda of Gastonia team. We’re happy to keep locals up to date on what this model will become.
You can also place a reservation for the Mazda MX-30 EV right now!
1 Model not yet released. All specs mentioned herein have been cited from the manufacturer’s website and are subject to change by the manufacturer.