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Mazda MX-30 EV debuts Tokyo Motor Show

by George Mensah

Mazda has a new SUV that it is showing off at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show called the MX-30. The vehicle has four doors, but two of the doors are smaller and appear to open after the front doors are open like the smaller doors on a modern extended cab truck.

Mazda says that the MX-30 team worked hard to create a cabin with an open feel. The console tray uses Heritage Cork to give texture and visual warmth. The door trim uses a fibrous material with a texture to give the cabin a sense of openness. Both of the materials are low-impact and sustainable.

The door trim also uses material made from recycled plastic bottles, and the cork is harvested from the bark of trees without cutting them down. MX-30 brings with it a new electric drive tech called e-Skyactiv. The car also uses G-Vectoring Control Plus. MX-30 has i-Activsense advanced safety technology with added Smart Brake support to help prevent collisions.

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Tech used in the vehicle helps keep drivers on the road with curbs or discernable edges. Mazda also designed a structure to protect the battery in the event of an accident. The exterior of the vehicle looks similar to the other SUVs in the Mazda line. It has a squarer front end that looks different from other Mazda offerings.

The automaker says this is new ground for its Kodo design. The top of the MX-30 is a different color than the rest of the vehicle. Mazda will offer the frame top in Soul Red Crystal, Polymetal Gray, and Ceramic Metallic. Inside the car is a mixture of materials with different textures and colors. The MX-30 seen here is a left-hand drive car despite being shown in Tokyo, indicating it’s meant for markets like North America despite the vehicle being a European spec model.

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