2022 Will Stir the Winds of Change as Mazda Begins to Reinvent Itself

Mazda has a lot of plans for the next decade, and this is what you need to know.

Mazda is changing direction, but it's hardly a surprise

Mazda's "Sustainable Zoom-zoom 2030" strategy

Is a new model policy, with emphasis on electrification

But the Skyactive X engines will continue to evolve

There will also be two turbocharged inline-six engines

These include a gasoline and diesel engine, both of which will be paired with a 48-volt hybrid system

The drivetrains share a lot of components for better cost-efficiency

There is also going to be a new PHEV architecture

Based around a turbo-four Skyactive X engine

Mazda is also working on a new EV architecture

It will come out by 2025 and is expected to share a lot with Toyota's e-TNJA platform

Mazda will have 13 new models by 2025

Including five FHEVs and three EVs

Some of them could have Toyota's hybrid system, featuring the 2.4-liter turbo-four engine

Even more Mazda EV models are expected by 2030

Sadly, however, there's still no mention of the RX-9 and new 6 yet

Interested in learning more about Mazda's future plans?

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