2021 Mazda MX-30 Electric price and specs: All-electric SUV here in August
Australian pricing and specifications for the 2021 Mazda MX-30 Electric have been announced.
Now available for pre-order from $65,490 plus on-road costs, the zero-emission SUV is expected to arrive in local showrooms during August this year.
Offered solely in range-topping E35 Astina guise, the all-electric model features 18-inch alloy wheels, a head-up display, sunroof, and a 360-degree camera as standard.
Mazda is an interesting case study in Australia, in that it has the highest percentage of private customers of any of the top ten mainstream brands.
That's probably why its downturn of 15.8 percent lines up so closely to an overall 16 percent drop for the market. Mazda's figures generally closely resemble that of the market as a whole more so than any other brand.
Mazda's rotary engine to return as a range-extender in MX-30
The 2021 Mazda MX-30 electric vehicle will receive a rotary engine as a range-extender, the company has confirmed.
Overnight, Mazda released a video with details of its MX-30, and revealed the iconic rotary engine would be fitted as an option on the small electric SUV.
Another day, another electric vehicle. This time around it's from Mazda, and it blends all the hallmarks of a sporty city SUV with a fully-electric heart.
The MX-30 debuts Mazda's pure-electric e-SkyActiv platform, along with a number of new interior technologies likely to filter through the rest of the Japanese brand's line-up in due course.