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●May appear like this! Announcement of the expected CG image
●Elegantly depicted with the latest soul-moving design MAZDA6
●The special car "Black Tone Edition" is not inferior to its handsomeness
Australian car media "DRIVE" has released the expected CG image of the next-generation Mazda6.
It is expected that the completion of the CG image is quite high, even if it is launched directly in this appearance, it is not surprising.
This year marks the 10th year since the current Mazda6 came out.
For a long time, the Mazda6 has not undergone a new model change, so it is also one of the models that everyone is looking forward to.
The next-generation model is likely to use the same "Large Architecture" rear-wheel drive platform as the new SUV Mazda CX-60, which had its world premiere on March 8. A rear-wheel-drive sedan with an inline 6-cylinder engine is quite the expectation.
The expected CG image released this time, in addition to the new Signature Wing water tank guard and headlight design seen on the CX-60, is also arranged in a smooth and beautiful style that matches the Mazda6.
In addition to the aforementioned next-generation model, "DRIVE" also released another CG image with a different body color reminiscent of the special car "Black Tone Edition".
The body in the CG picture is covered in metallic wind steel gray, which makes people able to outline the atmosphere of a mature car with its brisk kinetic energy in the mind. It is quite handsome.
What kind of appearance will the new Mazda6 model, which everyone is leading and looking forward to, finally appear? Let us look forward to the follow-up announcement of Mazda!
Original text: "This is the correct answer!" The expected CG of the next model of Mazda MAZDA6 is cool! It's a cool face!
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