At the 2021 LA Auto Show, Mazda unveiled a new model that is not a smaller version of the CX-5 or an elongated version of any other existing models in its lineup.
The CX-50 is a Mazda vehicle aimed at increasing the company's market share in the mid-size crossover segment. This car is the first one produced by Mazda at the MTM plant located in Huntsville, Alabama.
The car had a more aggressive design compared to the CX-5, and it was styled similarly to the smaller CX-30. Its front fascia looked rugged and suitable for off-road trails instead of just regular roads and parking lots. Mazda added black plastic moldings around the wheel arches. The taillights at the back had a clear U-shaped design for the parking lights and were similar to the 3 Hatchback version. Additionally, Mazda installed an aluminum-like plastic shield flanked by two exhausts on the lower side of the bumper.
Mazda has made an impressive upgrade to their design by incorporating clean, minimalist lines and premium materials inside the car. Though most cars are now moving towards full TFT displays, Mazda has kept a combination of digital and analogue dials. Read more