Mazda has revealed the next CX-30 SUV, which sits between the CX-3 and CX-5, at the Geneva motor show.
The new machine, which is based on the recently launched Mazda 3 hatch, is described as a new ‘core model’ in the Japanese firm’s line-up, and will go on sale in the UK later this year.
The compact crossover features Mazda’s distinctive Kodo design language, and will also use the firm’s latest generation engines, including the Skyactiv-X compression ignition powertrain. The firm says the CX-30 will be a global model that will be ‘made at key global plants’.
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