At LA Auto Show 2012, Mazda unveils rhe 2014 Mazda6 mid size sedan, CX-5 compact SUV and revamped CX-9 SUV. These vehicles will be going on sale this winter and Mazda will be making full use of this platform to promote its range of vehicles in order to attract a sizeable customer base.
2014 Mazda6 has been designed keeping in mind the Takeri concept and will be the second model in the Mazda lineup to feature wholesome use of KODO “Soul of Motion” design language and SKYACTIV- TECHNOLOGY. The Mazda6 will be powered by a SKYACTIV-G 2.5 liter gasoline engine and will also be equipped with technologies like SCBS and i-ELOOP. Smart city brake system (SCBS) is a system which will help to lower instances of front end collisions when travelling at low speeds, while i-ELOOP technology will allow a capacitor brake energy regeneration system function to provide an improved fuel economy.
SCBS will also feature in the CX-5 and will be part of a package for Touring and Grand Touring models. KODO design elements have been incorporated to facelift the CX-9 and the same is evident in changes seen in the front and rear section of the vehicle. The spacious SUV can seat 7 people and is also equipped with a 5.8 inch color multi information touch screen. Bluetooth and phone connectivity, upgraded Tom-Tom navigation system HD radio system and SMS system are present within this model.
Apart from these models Mazda will be featuring a diesel powered vehicle for the 2013 Rolex 24 Daytona event and it will the first time a diesel powered vehicle will take part in the event. This racing model will be powered by a SKYACTIV-D 2.2L and Mazda will bee hoping that it can reel in a 24th motosports win. The 2013 CX-5 has been listed in Top Ten Car of 2013 for the Hispanic Motor Press Awards.