It was just last year that Mazda finally entered the electrification market with its first all-electric offering, the MX-30 SUV. It has the typical Mazda styling architecture, which isn’t a bad thing because it looks rather good, as Mazdas usually do. The petrol version, the CX-30, is a popular model for the brand and so it made sense to base their first EV on this platform. While most automakers have gone from the internal combustion engine to plug-in hybrid with a combustion engine coupled to an electric motor, and then to fully electric. At first, it looked like Mazda was jumping a whole step there, but in an odd turn of events we now have details of a plug-in hybrid that should be seen sometime in 2024, possibly sooner. This news is spreading like wildfire, not because people have been waiting for an offering like this, but because the news has been linked to the iconic Mazda rotary engine thanks to a previously released image of a new trademarked logo that resembled a rotary emblem combined with an ‘e’.
Take a look at the YouTube video that goes into more detail about the new rotary engine from Mazda that's going to hit the market in the (hopefully near future), but not in the way die-hard fans would want: Confirmed !! Mazda MX-30 PHEV With Rotary Engine To Debut By March 2023 | All you need to know | Car Review Channel
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