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Having been designed and engineered completely from the ground up, the CX-60 will be looking to compete against rivals such as the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Lexus NX. Lexus in particular will be in Mazda’s sights, largely because it’s the only other premium Japanese brand in Europe.
The styling of the new CX-60 alone is evidence of the company’s new direction. Up front, the CX-60 displays a tougher, bolder look with a wide stance and long bonnet. The grille, indicators and LED headlights are also much more tightly integrated compared with current models such as the CX-5.
Around the side, Mazda’s signature smooth bodylines are present bar some strongly sculpted wheel arches. On lower trims, these arches will be clad in black plastic to give a more rugged look, and on upper trims the arches will be body-coloured. Around the back, a pair of wide, high-mounted LED tail lights also add to the sense of toughness as seen on the front end.
It’s in the interior, however, where Mazda has placed a particular focus on luxury. We've had the opportunity to sit inside the new model, and can confirm the driver's seat is nicely supportive and the materials on display are of a high quality. Leather, metal and wooden trim pieces feature in the places you touch and see regularly, while even the plastics used lower down feel soft.
The layout of the dashboard is also refreshingly simple, with a large 12.3in touchscreen spanning the central dashboard – and this can also be controlled via the screen or a rotary dial on the centre console. The climate controls are also mounted within good reach of the driver and consist of multiple toggle switches.
A head-up display is also fitted as standard on all models to limit driver distraction, and there’s also a 12.3in digital dashboard, which can show you driving data as well as the sat-nav map.
The new CX-60 will feature Mazda’s latest Connect infotainment system, which includes a new ‘See-Through View’ 360-degree camera system. This gives the driver a much clearer view around the car when manoeuvring, with the screen giving the impression that you can see through the centre of the car for a full 360-degree view.
Getting comfortable in the CX-60 is very easy, and this is largely thanks to a new ‘Driver Personalisation System’. This uses technology that identifies the driver’s stature, and it adjusts the driving position (including the mirrors and steering wheel) to a recommended setting. The driver is then free to adjust the seating position to suit, and the system memorises the position for the next journey.
Under the bonnet, the new CX-60 will be available as a petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid. A fully-electric version is also rumoured to be on the way, however this is yet to be confirmed. At launch, the car will be available as a 323bhp plug-in hybrid (PHEV). This set-up combines a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with an electric motor and a 17.8kWh battery, propelling the CX-60 to 62mph in 5.8sec. Torque is also rated at 369lb ft.
Further down the line, the CX-60 will be available with two brand new engines – a 3.0-litre straight-six petrol and a 3.3-litre straight-six diesel. Both engines will use a 48v mild hybrid system, which means that at lower revs there’s some additional electric muscle to assist the engine. This should help to improve performance, fuel economy and emissions.
Mazda’s i-Activ four-wheel drive system will be fitted as standard on plug-in hybrid versions, but the system will prioritise rear-wheel drive to give you a more sporty driving feel. The petrol and diesel models will also be available with four-wheel drive. All models will be available with an eight-speed automatic gearbox.
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