all-new Mazda CX-60 will arrive in the UK this autumn to expand Mazda’s
award-winning SUV range. Joining the UK line-up above the ever-popular
2022 Mazda CX-5, the Mazda CX-60 flagship SUV is launched with Mazda’s
first plug-in hybrid technology powertrain, which combines a Skyactiv-G
2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with a 100 kW electric motor and a
17.8 kWh high-capacity battery.
combination of engine and motor delivers a total system output of 327ps
and an abundant torque output of 500Nm – making it the most powerful
road car Mazda has ever produced. Mazda’s first PHEV also displays
outstanding environmental credentials with WLTP combined fuel
consumption of 188mpg and WLTP combined CO2 emissions of only 33g/km.
Mazda CX-60 e-Skyactiv PHEV offers 39 miles of combined electric
motor-powered driving with the vehicle running at 62mph or less and 42
miles of city EV range, while the performance of the combined drivetrain
delivers a 0-62mph performance of just 5.8 seconds.
Mazda’s commitment to a multi-solution approach to sustainable mobility
and the principal of the right solution at the right time, the Mazda
CX-60 meets the growing needs of the segment by combining strong
environmental performance with the driving pleasure inherent in every
Mazda. The all-new Mazda CX-60 PHEV represents everything that Mazda has
built into its DNA over the last 100 years, from outstanding exterior
and interior design to the finest Japanese craftsmanship, plus the
latest innovations in human-centric technologies and world-leading
imposing strength of the Mazda CX-60’s beautiful and dynamic styling
conveys the intelligence and elegance of the latest developments in Kodo
design woven into the toughness of the striking front-engine,
rear-wheel drive SUV architecture.
in the UK in three highly specified trim grades: Exclusive-Line, Homura
and Takumi, customer choice is further enhanced with the ability to add
two option packs across all grades: Convenience Pack and Driver
Assistance Pack, with a Comfort Pack available on Exclusive-Line. An
additional option to specify a Panoramic roof on Homura and Takumi
models is also unique to the CX-60.
an entry-level price of £43,950, the Mazda CX-60 Exclusive-Line can be
matched to all three of the option packs to offer maximum customer
choice and complement the extensive CX-60 standard equipment tally. The
£46,700 Homura is visually distinguished from the Exclusive-Line by body
coloured wheel arch mouldings and a dark plated signature wing grille
surround, plus gloss black mirrors and honeycomb grille treatment, while
20-inch black alloy wheels finish the stand out exterior look. Inside,
the Homura grade features seat heating for the outer rear seats and
ambient lighting, plus it’s equipped with the ground-breaking Mazda
Driver Personalisation System that will recognise the occupant of the
driver’s seat via facial recognition and automatically adjust the
surroundings – seat position, steering wheel, mirrors, head-up display,
even the sound and climate control settings – to fit their physique as
well as their personal preferences. There’s also the option to add the
Convenience Pack and Driver Assistance Pack to the Mazda CX-60 Homura.
the top of the all-new Mazda CX-60 range is the £48,050 Takumi, which
features 20-inch black machined alloy wheels and body-coloured mirrors,
combined with chrome plated signature wing grille treatment and side
window surround, while the gloss black bar type radiator grille design
is another feature unique to this flagship grade. Like the Homura,
there’s the option to add the Convenience Pack and Driver Assistance
Pack. Highlights in the £1,000 Convenience Pack include privacy glass,
360 view monitor with see through view and wireless phone charging,
while the Driver Assistance Pack adds a large tally of additional active
safety technology for £1,100.
£1,400 Comfort Pack is only offered with the Exclusive-Line, but adds
high-grade features like 20-inch alloy wheels, electric front seats,
front seat ventilation, rear seat heaters and the Mazda Driver
Personalisation System technology. Across all three models in the CX-60
range there is a choice of eight body colours including the new Rhodium
White premium metallic paint.
Mazda, the CX-60’s interior achieves the very highest standards of
craftmanship combined with new technologies and human centric ergonomics
to deliver a premium interior rooted in Japanese heritage. The elegant,
premium quality interior design introduces the ideas of Kaichou – an
element of disruption which mixes different materials and textures. With
the flagship Takumi grade, materials such as maple wood, nappa leather
combine with uniquely worked Japanese textiles and chrome details, and
Musubu – the art of binding which was the inspiration for a specially
detailed instrument panel stitching.
treatment of the maple wood trim reflects the Japanese aesthetic of
Hacho – asymmetrical balance, or intentional unevenness. The woven
fabrics’ diverse patterns and yarns respond sensitively to changes in
light, and a Japanese stitching technique called Kakenui creates
‘hanging stitching’ seams with spaces between the trim fabrics revealing
a glimpse of the material beneath.
Mazda CX-60 shares the same carefully considered cockpit design found
in all Mazda cars, with a symmetrical layout focused on the driver with
the aim of delivering the uniquely Mazda sense of being at one with the
car. Yet at the same time, the Mazda CX-60 offers new levels of comfort
and space for passengers, while the 570-litre^ boot ensures it’s the
most practical car in Mazda’s line up.
all-new Mazda CX-60 delivers the driver engagement and vehicle dynamics
you’d expect of a Mazda. Compatible with the CX-60’s longitudinal
front-engine rear-wheel drive mechanical layout, Mazda’s Skyactiv
Scalable Architecture is matched to excellent bodyshell rigidity and a
double wishbone front and multi-link rear suspension set-up to deliver a
first-rate driving experience.
the CX-60 also features Mazda’s Kinetic Posture Control technology
which further stabilises vehicle posture when cornering by undetectably
braking the inside rear wheel to mitigate roll and the draw the car body
downwards, while positioning the high-voltage battery between the front
and rear axles and as low as possible, further helps the CX-60’s centre
of gravity and stability.
all-new Mazda CX-60 PHEV’s e-Skyactiv powertrain is mated to an all-new
eight-speed automatic transmission and Mazda’s i-Activ All-Wheel Drive
system. While the Mazda Intelligent Drive Select (Mi-Drive) offers a
choice of drive modes: Normal, Sport, Off-Road, Towing and EV, with the
latter making it possible to drive under electric power alone. While
across each of the driving modes the Mi-Drive system is designed to
provide optimum control and driving pleasure in every driving scenario.
comprehensive range of advanced i-Activsense driver assistance systems
ensures active safety at the highest level, too. Several new
technologies debut in the Mazda CX-60: See-Through View – a
next-generation 360-degree monitor with extended field of view at low
speeds; Hill Descent Control (HDC), which assists in safely descending
steep slopes with slippery or rough road surfaces; Adaptive Cruise
Control (i-ACC), which can now incorporate speed limits from Traffic
on the reveal of the Mazda CX-60, Mazda Motors UK Ltd, Managing
Director, Jeremy Thomson, said: “the Mazda CX-60 heralds the start of a
new chapter for Mazda, not only is it our first car with a plug-in
hybrid powertrain, but it also sets new standards for interior quality,
design and technology – highlighting Mazda’s uniquely Japanese premium
brand direction”. Adding, “I can’t wait for our customers and dealers to
experience the CX-60 later this year, with the positioning of the high
voltage battery at the centre of the car and as low as possible, this is
a PHEV with a particularly low centre of gravity. This, combined with a
permanent all-wheel drive system incorporating shaft-driven transfer of
torque between the axles, gives the car superior handling
characteristics on a par with the best in the premium segment.”
all-new Mazda CX-60 is the first of two new models from the company’s
Large Product group to be introduced throughout Europe during the next
two years, with the second being the three-row Mazda CX-80. In addition,
joining the 2.5-litre e-Skyactiv PHEV drivetrain in the CX-60 line-up
at a later date will be two brand new Mazda engines that have been
developed using the ‘right sizing’ concept which calls for optimised
displacement for improved fuel and power efficiency.
new generation straight-six 3.0-litre e-Skyactiv X petrol and 3.3-litre
Skyactiv-D diesel engines, which feature M Hybrid Boost – Mazda’s 48V
mild hybrid system – combine high output with excellent fuel economy and
emissions performance, they will join the CX-60 range in the future.
Both powerplants are mated to the same eight-speed automatic
transmission and i-Activ All-Wheel Drive system as the PHEV, but the
e-Skyactiv D diesel unit and the e-Skyactiv X petrol engine have also
been developed to be equipped with rear-wheel drive only.
to order now for delivery in early autumn, the all-new Mazda CX-60
e-Skyactiv PHEV heralds a new chapter in Mazda’s successful SUV history
and joins the battery electric Mazda MX-30, Mazda M Hybrid mild-hybrid
equipped Mazda CX-30 and recently updated 2022 Mazda CX-5 in Mazda’s
comprehensive SUV line-up.
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