Mazda CX-50 Crossover Features a Rear-Wheel-Drive

November 10, 2021
Mazda CX-50 Crossover Features a Rear-Wheel-Drive

Mazda is going to launch its crossover offensive by unveiling a new model which is called CX-50 on November 15, 2021. It is one of five upcoming additions to the firm’s range of soft-roaders. At the 2021 edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show, the CX-50 is scheduled to make its public debut at the 2021 edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Mazda CX-50 has Rounded Lines

The video that Mazda posted on its various social media channels gives viewers a good look at the plant life and how it thrives in a damp forest. There is moss, fern, and a waterfall that does bring the backdrop to life. Also, you will see the outline of the crossover hauling a kayak through the trees. The Mazda CX-50 does wear relatively rounded lines. It is not a boxy, burly off-roader in the vein of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.

Basic Platform

There were earlier reports which provided more information about the next addition to the Mazda lineup. The CX-50 is going to share its basic platform with the Mazda3 and the CX-30. That will mean it will be a front-wheel-drive but with a very possible all-wheel-drive. Plus it should be offering a range of four-cylinder engines. There is an engine but it now looks like one of the bigger models (such as the CX-70) that is going to get the honor.

The 2022 Mazda CX50, built in Huntsville, Alabama, will make its global debut online on November 15th. Then it will be seen in metal for the first time in Los Angeles on November 17th. By early 2022, it should reach showrooms across the nation. Moreover, the CX-50 is not going to replace the recently-updated CX-5 of its name. In fact, it will be positioned as a more posh people mover that does reflect Mazda’s upmarket ambitions. However, the CX-5 is reportedly going to be around for an infinite amount of time as the older, considerably more basic and cheaper offering.

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