The Mazda 6 2022 will be a revolution in the Japanese brand. The Hiroshima manufacturer will present a completely new fourth-generation, becoming the flagship of the range, with a more sporty mechanical approach. One year after its world debut, we present you with a reliable preview of its design that will take a much more premium approach.
The third-generation Mazda 6 hit the market in 2012, accumulating a decade when it is replaced in 2022. It doesn’t seem like it, but in fact, in 2018 it underwent one of the most profound restyling known in the recent history of the brand and that changed the aesthetic appearance, so it was almost a new model.
The fourth-generation Mazda 6 is just over a year away from being introduced. The Japanese firm has confirmed that production will start in early 2022. A completely new model, which starts from a platform specially developed by Mazda, with rear propulsion and longitudinal engine, at the height of the European Premiums. That is one of the arguments, but also a much more sophisticated design that we advance you in recreation.
Mazda 6 2022 Modern Interior
The firm will rescue the Mazda Vision Coupé, the concept car presented at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, awarded the title of “Concept Car of the Year 2018”. A foretaste of a large luxury saloon and a design as elegant as it is sporty, betting on purer and more modern lines. The ‘Kodo’ design style will continue to be one of the qualities, with heavily raked headlights that will blend into the large front grille.
Mazda will offer a cutting-edge interior that will follow the same line advanced in the last generation of the compact, with a very clean design on the dashboard and with a large screen on the center console, together with sophisticated connectivity, comfort, and safety equipment, with an arsenal of driving assistants.
The new Mazda 6 will start its commercialization in Europe from the second half of 2022, with a range of gasoline and plug-in hybrid mechanics. A full offering will be presented, with three four-cylinder gasoline options, the 2.5-liter turbo, the new Skyactiv-X, and a plug-in hybrid. The top of the range will be the new 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder gasoline engine with a maximum output of 400 hp.
On the diesel side, Mazda has developed a new 48-volt 3.3-liter MHEV engine, although its presence in the new 6 range is not assured. The firm is aware that the new emission standards are increasingly demanding, so its presence is under scrutiny. Those responsible will offer the diesel version in markets that allow it, although the first option for the saloon is the plug-in hybrid technology.