Mazda gambles on MX-30 range, but otherwise plays it safe with new EV

The car-maker took a risk with city dwellers in mind by limiting the MX-30’s driving range to 200km, but its design is less daring

25th October, 2020
Mazda gambles on MX-30 range, but otherwise plays it safe with new EV
The Mazda MX-30: prices will start from little more than €30,000

Among all the car manufacturers out there, Mazda is one of the most renowned for its willingness to adopt new and unusual technologies. It might seem odd to note then that this MX-30 is the first production electric vehicle (EV) from the Japanese marque. Its timing couldn’t be better, however: 2020 is Mazda’s centenary, so the MX-30 ushers the company into its second century on the crest of a wave of zero-emissions optimism....

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