Mazda to debut Euro-spec CX-60 PHEV on Mar. 8


In a recent press release, Mazda announced that the all-new CX-60 PHEV will be making its debut on March 8. According to the Japanese automaker, the Mazda CX-60 PHEV will be the first of two new models from the company’s Large Product Group that will be introduced in the European market in the next two years.


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

    Mazda said that it will debut on March 8.
  • How much power will the CX-60 have?

    The Mazda CX-60 will make more than 300hp thanks to its 2.5-liter engine with performance-enhancing electric motor.
  • Official details about the upcoming PHEV are still to be disclosed during the midsize SUV’s debut. However, Mazda confirms that the CX-60 will pack a 2.5-liter engine paired with a performance-enhancing electric motor that puts out over 300 horses.

    Mazda adds that its first PHEV powertrain “will offer smooth, efficient and powerful acceleration giving the driver greater confidence and driving enjoyment in the widest possible range of driving scenarios.”

    Some Mazda fans say that the CX-60 could be a Europe-only model and that other regions, like the US, will be receiving a larger version which some say will be called the CX-70.

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