Mazda is returning to the 87th Geneva International Motor Show next month. Six years after unveiling the MINAGI concept, Mazda will return to debut the all-new Mazda CX-5 and model upgrades to the Mazda CX-3 and Mazda2.
Designed according to the company’s ‘human-centred philosophy’, the new Mazda CX-5 has a refined cabin, ‘whose tastefully minimalist design exudes strength and warmth’. In addition, further ‘comfort enhancements include seats designed to prevent fatigue and additional insulation’.
These upgrades reflect Mazda’s ‘love of driving and the deep emotional bond it has with its cars, as expressed by the brand’s new Drive Together campaign’. Mazda will hold a press conference on 7 March. The 2017 Geneva Motor Show is open to the public from 9-19 March.