Mazda’s first production EV is scheduled to be unveiled on October 23 at the Tokyo Motor Show. But of course, photos and info have been leaked that show the beauty ahead of the official unveiling.
We know the new CX-30 that slots between the CX-3 and CX-5 is coming in 2020, so we wouldn’t be surprised to see the new MX-30 arrive right after.
Mazda gave us all a sneak peak a few days ago with this video ahead of the official debut:
It’ll offer fast-charging and we hope at least 200 miles of range. Pricing should be around $40,000 to make it competitive.