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●Is the model about to be changed? "CX-60" camouflaged car spy photos
●Mazda’s “first model” faces many problems. Can they be solved through facelift?
The "CX-60" released by Mazda in Japan on April 7, 2022 is the first model in Mazda's newly introduced large product group and is a high-end crossover SUV.
It adopted the newly developed chassis platform "SKYACTIV Multilution Scalable Architecture" and launched Mazda's first PHEV model. It was different from Mazda's previous style and sparked heated discussions when it was announced.
Including the CX-60, four models using the same chassis platform are expected to be launched. The "CX-90" will be launched in the United States, and the "CX-80" is expected to be launched in Japan.
Recently, someone captured a figure suspected to be a CX-60 camouflage car.
After the debut of the "CX-60", many car owners reported poor driving experience.
Mazda also mentioned this at the shareholders' meeting in June 2023. Mazda admitted that "CX-60 has been challenging higher-level functions, but from the results, for the parts that customers value and the rapidly evolving vehicle structure The development, production, and quality verification processes still have shortcomings and are not perfect."
After Mazda admitted its shortcomings, improving the "CX-60" became a top priority, so the camouflaged car witnessed this time is most likely a facelift model planned to be released in the future.
Original source:Spy shots of the “CX-60” test car! Does Mazda's ambitious work have many challenges?Looking forward to the improved model
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This post was last modified on December 19, 2023 7:23 am
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