Mazda CX-60 to debut on Mar. 8 with Kaichô-inspired interior


In a recent press release, Mazda announced that the upcoming CX-60 PHEV will make its debut on March 8. In addition, the plug-in hybrid SUV will also feature an interior theme that harks back to the brand’s rich Japanese heritage.


  • When will the Mazda CX-60 PHEV make its debut?

    The Mazda CX-60 PHEV will premiere on March 8.
  • Where did Mazda get the inspiration for the Mazda CX-60 PHEV's interior?

    Mazda said that the new interior is inspired by ideas of Kaichô, a Japanese word that translates to “the opening of the curtain.”
  • The CX-60 PHEV, said Mazda, will introduce the ideas of Kaichô, the harmony which comes from mixing different materials and textures, including maple wood, Nappa leather, Japanese textiles and chrome details, and Musubu, the uniquely Japanese way of binding textiles which was the inspiration for the instrument panel stitching.

    With its new interior, the front-engine, rear-wheel-drive SUV will give drivers and passengers a totally new experience.

    On that note, fans of the Japanese automotive brand can expect the upscale interior of the new SUV to come with natural wood grain and high-quality woven fabrics.


    According to Mazda, the CX-60 PHEV’s beautiful and dynamic design is the latest development of Kodo, the Hiroshima-based automaker’s design philosophy that “breathes life” into its cars. That said, Mazda’s Kodo design language is now combined with the Japanese concept of Ma, the notion of a calm and dignified beauty of empty space.

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