Mazda’s new “CX-90” debuts next spring!
On October 7, 2021, Mazda announced the names of five new crossover SUVs to be introduced from 2022 to 2023. In addition to the already announced “CX-50” and “CX-60”, “CX -70, CX-80, and CX-90 are known to be coming.
It has already been announced that the CX-70 will feature a 2-row seat, the CX-80 a 3-row seat, and the CX-90 a wide body with a 3-row seat, and the CX-70 and CX-90 will be for North America. The CX-60 and CX-80 are scheduled to be introduced in Japan.
The CX-60, CX-70, CX-80 and CX-90 will be Mazda’s next-generation flagships as a “large product group” that adopts Mazda’s new platform “large architecture”.
The CX-60, which will be the first large product line, will be on sale from this fall, and Mazda has also announced that it plans to introduce the CX-90 as the second product next spring.
Scheduled start of production was revealed at the financial results briefing
CX-90 test car filmed
Previously, a test car that seems to be the CX-90 was photographed on the highway in Los Angeles, California, USA, and we were able to confirm the rough design of the rear view and the side of the car body.
The shape of the tail lamps looks almost the same as the CX-60, but the length of the roof and rear doors has been extended, and you can see in this test car that the rear seat space has been expanded.
Other than that, I wasn’t able to confirm the front design etc., but the test car that was newly photographed this time was captured up to the front.