Mazda CX-4’s teaser images are released by the company just before making the debut appearance at Beijing Motor Show.
Mazda revealed an updated teaser for its new model Mazda CX-4. The new images released by automobile firm show the sharp front end of the Kodo-styled SUV with the brand’s signature. The new photos also show seven-point grille flowing into the LED headlights.
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The 19-inch wheels and LED headlights are some of the more attention-grabbing details on the car. Inside, there's a head-up-display and a MZD connect infotainment screen.
The CX-4 is a coupe SUV from the CX models as the market has witnessed the successful sale of CX-5, a model launched by Mazda before CX-4. Mazda CX-4 is designed to be a more style-focused stablemate to the successful CX-5.
Mazda’s forthcoming model, CX-4 will feature a more rakish rear roofline that is likely to compromise the amount of headroom available for back-seat passengers.
Mazda CX-4 has interior much alike its previous models as it can be seen in teaser images. The dashboard assembled in CX-4 is reminiscent of Mazda 3 and Mazda 6.
In addition, Mazda Cx-4 also features free-standing MZD Connect display, a three spoke steering wheel, a three-pod instrument cluster and a Commander Control knob for the infotainment system.
An electronic parking brake which was first introduced in Mazda 6 and CX-5 models has also been assembled in CX-4. Mazda CX-4 offers a mix of engines made up from Mazda's SkyActiv range.
Mazda CX-4 will be not sold out internationally. Speaking to Auto Express at the recent Geneva Motor Show, Kenichiro Saruwatari, vice-president, European research and development, said, “Currently we are introducing this vehicle to specific markets, not global. But of course, every market wants to have this vehicle.
“The car looks very sporty. Our products need to match customers’ expectation. The issue is how to meet this, otherwise it is very difficult to introduce the new vehicle. We need to think about it, so the total performance is matched to the expectation.
“Powertrain is one of the issues. People see the image of this vehicle as sporty, so the powertrain needs to generate more. But so far we [Mazda Europe] don’t have any powertrain to generate the big power."
“If we decide to introduce this vehicle globally, I think the requirement from each market is different, even though it is the same vehicle. The requirements in America, Europe and China are different. This takes time and workload to revise,” Saruwatari added.
The company unveiled only a few new numbers of images and details while the car will be displayed at Beijing Motor Show that will be held on April, 29th.