The Mazda CX-5 is one of the most important models for the Hiroshima firm, which is in the process of updating its range. The relevance of the SUV segment for the Japanese is remarkable, offering options for all types of customers with models such as the CX-3, CX-30 and, finally, its electric MX-30. All of them share the pillars that backbone the philosophy of the firm, focused on connecting the human being with the machine through design and superior dynamism. Next 2022 we will witness the last restyling of this generation of the CX-5, which will bring improvements in the security section, the odd aesthetic change and more trim levels. In addition, the firm claims to have taken advantage of this launch to strengthen its Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture platform , so that we expect a more sensory driving with blocks of 150 and 184 hp diesel and 165 and 194 hp gasoline .
The aesthetic evolution is not radical but it encourages the premium look and care of an elegant SUV in itself. The simplicity in the lines is characteristic of Mazda’s Kodo line, something that will continue to be present in this latest facelift. The front grill comes out more than ever , so its animal appearance is emphasized to host sharp and really beautiful light clusters. One of the important aspects of this update is the introduction of new finishes: Origin, Evolution, Newground, Zenith, Homura and Signature . You will have to opt for its more elegant or sporty side, but all of them have a significant presence of technology and digitization.
From the leaked images we can say little about its interior, which seems to remain very similar in terms of design. We do know about new seats, upholstery, noble materials and comfort solutions such as wireless charging under the central screen. In addition, this model will incorporate the Mazda Intelligent Drive mode selector in the gasoline versions with automatic transmission and an off-road mode for unpaved terrain. Nor can we ignore the increase in safety , with the traffic and cruise assistant assisting the driver on the pedals and the steering wheel. If you want to see more about the model that will arrive in January, keep reading the gallery.