First images of the future Mazda 6: the Japanese manufacturer’s model will premiere on November 29
The future Mazda 6 will be exhibited for the first time at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The debut of the Japanese model premiered on 29 November.
Mazda published the first images of the future Mazda 6. The Japanese manufacturer model will be exhibited for the first time ever at the Los Angeles Auto Show, an event which opens its doors on November 29.
Up till this event, Mazda officials have presented only two pictures of this car and very little information about the future model have been released. At the front we note a revised grille, modified optic lights and redesigned spoilers. The interior offers a restyled centre console, but no major changes have been observed so far.
Mazda i-Activsense safety technologies package will integrate new systems, while the Radar Cruise Control received an upgrade. It consists of a function which completely stops the car and then takes off again, once the car ahead starts moving. Moreover, the Japanese offers the next generation 360-degree camera system.
For the time being, the Japanese automaker teased only on the 2.5-litre petrol engine which integrates the cylinders deactivation technology. Most probably, the Japanese will supplement the propulsion systems once Mazda6 reaches the EU market.