마쓰다의 유럽 부문은 3월 8일, 신형 SUV ' CX-60 '(Mazda CX-60)를 발표했다. 후륜 구동(프론트 엔진, 리어 휠 드라이브) 플랫폼 베이스의 럭셔리 모델이다.
CX-60의 SKYACTIV 아키텍처는 프론트 수직 엔진 + 후륜 구동 레이아웃과 호환되며 뛰어난 바디 강성과 프런트 더블 위시본, 리어 멀티 링크 서스펜션 설정과 함께 높은 수준의 드라이빙 능력을 제공한다.
구동방식은 후륜 구동 버전과 네바퀴굴림으로 나뉜다. CX-60의 후륜 구동(프론트 엔진, 리어 휠 드라이브) 모델은 마쓰다의 신세대 48V 마일드 하이브리드 시스템의 'M 하이브리드'를 탑재했다. M 하이브리드는 신세대 '직렬 6'의 3.0리터 가솔린 'e SKYACTIV-X' 또는 3.3리터 디젤 'SKYACTIV-D'와 결합한다. 두 엔진은 고출력과 우수한 연비, 배출가스 성능을 겸비하고 있다.
마쓰다 최초의 플러그인 하이브리드 자동차도 나온다. 「CX-60 PHEV」로 불리며 8단 AT와 마쓰다의 「i-ACTIV AWD」를 조합한 4WD 모델이 된다.
한정판이라곤 하지만 특별히 다른 건 없고 18인치 다크 휠을 비롯해 몇몇 액세서리를 더한 수준이죠.
The popular Mazda3 range has been boosted with the launch of the Mazda3 Sport Black special edition. Delivering an appealing blend of increased specification and sporty styling enhancements, the Sport Black arrives in dealerships from the 3rd April 2018.
Offered exclusively in hatchback body style, the £21,595 Sport Black is marked out by enhanced styling and unique 18-inch dark alloy wheels. Designed to complement the KODO: Soul of Motion design and dynamic proportions of the standard Mazda3, the Sport Black’s Jet Black roof spoiler and door mirrors contrast perfectly with the free-of-charge Soul Red Metallic, Snowflake White Pearlescent and Eternal Blue Mica paint choices.
Limited to just 700 examples in the UK, the Mazda3 Sport Black delivers hot hatch inspired looks in an affordable and exclusive package that includes high-tech features. Based on the 120ps SE-L Nav Mazda3, the Sport Black gets extra technology including a reversing camera, LED highlights with Adaptive front lighting system and Smart keyless entry.
Inside, the Sport Black’s tailor-made character is further enhanced with a heated steering wheel, BOSE® Surround-Sound System, cruise control and dual-zone climate control. Fitted with Mazda’s MZD-Connect system, 7” colour touchscreen display and Multimedia Commander, the Sport Black benefits from integrated navigation as standard.
“The Mazda3 is a core model in our line-up, one that continues to be popular with both private and fleet customers. The Sport Black special edition delivers even more value to our customers and I’m sure the its winning combination of extra equipment, distinctive styling enhancements and competitive price will make this a very popular addition to the already extensive Mazda3 range,” commented Jeremy Thomson, Managing Director of Mazda Motors UK.
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Mazda3 Sport Black Technical Specification
Bore x stroke
83.5 x 91.2
Valves per cylinder
I4 DOHC 16v
120 at 6,000 rpm
210 at 4,000 rpm
Fuel injection system
Six-speed manual transmission
Final gear ratio
Performance and fuel consumption
Urban fuel consumption
Extra urban fuel consumption
Combined fuel consumption
EC emission level
Monocoque, all-steel unitary body-chassis
Independent, MacPherson strut
Electronic Power Assist System (EPAS), rack and pinion
2.57 turns lock-to-lock
Size - front
Size - rear
Overall width including mirrors
Leg room front/rear
Shoulder room front/rear
Luggage – rear seats upright
Luggage – rear seats down
Fuel tank capacity
Tyres and wheels
Kerb weight (incl. driver (75kg))
Gross vehicle weight
Towing limit, braked
Mazda3 Sport Black standard equipment
18" dark alloy wheels
Jet Black rear roof spoiler
Heated, power-folding, Jet Black door mirrors with integrated indicator lights
LED headlights with adaptive front lighting system
Rear privacy glass
Front and rear electric windows
Rain-sensing front wipers
Rear parking distance sensors
Smart keyless entry
7" Colour touch-screen display and Multimedia Commander
Mazda Multimedia System (including AM / FM / DAB radio and CD player)
Auxiliary (AUX) and USB connectivity 2 USB inputs
Internet app integration for internet radio, Facebook and Twitter functionality
Integrated navigation system with 3-years free European map updates
MX-5 Concepts Combine Performance Heritage and ‘Mazda Premium’ Design
LAS VEGAS (November 1, 2016) – Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) is no stranger to the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, providing its designers the opportunity to let their imaginations run wild to create some truly stunning dream cars. This year proves no different with its two concepts: the lighter, more ruthlessly efficient MX-5 Miata Speedster Evolution and the stealth-like MX-5 RF Kuro, based on the 2017 MX-5 RF retractable fastback that will be going on sale early next year in the U.S.
MX-5 Speedster debuted at the 2015 SEMA Show as an ode to the lightweight, frills-free, pure driving experience of 1950s sports cars. Weighing just 2,080 lbs., MX-5 Speedster’s 150-lb. weight loss—an 11-percent reduction versus a stock MX-5 soft top—propelled its performance and elevated the open-air experience for which the roadster is known.
Following last year’s SEMA Show, MX-5 Speedster spent the summer at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the U.K., where it ran the 1.16-mile hill climb. MX-5 Speedster then returned to Mazda Design Americas, where the Irvine, California-based team that created it experimented to see just how much lighter they could make their project. Led by Design Manager Ken Saward, the team extracted what remained underneath its dashboard and replaced its gauges with a digital display. They swapped its Brembo front brakes with the lighter rotors and calipers from the MX-5 Sport and Grand Touring models to further the weight reduction. Its 25.1-lbs. stock battery was replaced with a Braille GreenLite G20 Lithium battery that weighs just 4.5 lbs.
Ultimately, the design team shaved an additional 100 lbs. from the MX-5 Speedster—a total of 350 lbs., or 15 percent from the original MX-5 soft top’s starting weight. Now, it weighs a scant 1,980 lbs.
Painted White Ether, MX-5 Evolution further hones Mazda’s performance heritage, complete with an adjustable suspension from the MX-5 Global Cup racecar and BFGoodrich g-Force Rival R1 grooved racing slick tires, sized 225/45R17—the same model of tire used as the race cars competing in the Battery Tender Mazda Global MX-5 Cup presented by BFGoodrich Tires.
“With MX-5 Speedster Evolution, our goal was to further deliver the essence of what MX-5 has represented for the past 27 years—lightweight engineering and pure driving joy,” said Saward, who also owns and races a Spec Miata. “In the future, we might see if there is anywhere else we could take out weight.
Joining MX-5 Speedster Evolution on the Mazda stand is a new concept based on the 2017 MX-5 RF that will be going on sale early next year. Called MX-5 RF Kuro, it is a car that also adopts much of the MX-5 Global Cup technology but in a much more street-focused package. MX-5 RF Kuro also shares its adjustable suspension with the MX-5 Global Cup racecar as well as its Brembo dual-piston front brake calipers. It is painted Satin Black Metallic, a semi-matte black metallic color.
“We wanted to give MX-5 RF Kuro a stealth look to complement its sleek profile, providing subtlety and purpose,” said Saward. “As we move our brand in a direction we call ‘Mazda Premium,’ we want to embrace our longstanding motorsports heritage and reach forward with breathtaking designs like the MX-5 RF.”
Both vehicles were built using parts that Mazda autocross and racecar drivers can purchase via MazdaMotorsports.com for their MX-5s. Specifications are as follows:
2015년형 마쓰다6 사진 103장 투척합니다. 최근 페이스리프트를 통해 디자인을 살짝 바꿨는데 대중적인면과 개성을 잘 섞은 듯합니다. 글로벌 무대에서 거의 유일하게 스타일 칭찬듣는 메이커인 듯합니다. 최근에 나온 마쓰다 모델 중에서도 성공적이네요.
Completely redesigned as a 2014 model, Mazda6 entered the cutthroat mid-size sedan segment as a fresh-faced challenger only to exit as its fearless champion. Unexpected yet hardly a surprise, Mazda6 captured impressive awards such as being named “Car of the Year” by Popular Mechanics and a “10Best” by Car and Driver, among others. While 2015 may be a carryover year for Mazda6, there is no slowing down in the fast lane as the vehicle receives updates to select features and packaging options.
“The mid-size sedan segment is one of the largest segments in terms of sales volume, meaning automotive manufacturers tend to put their best foot forward in terms of technology, performance and design,” said Jim O’Sullivan, president and CEO, Mazda North American Operations (MNAO). “Because of such competition, Mazda6 needed to offer consumers and critics something beyond the smoke-shrouded gimmicks of some segment rivals. What the final product delivered is an experience like no other in its class.”
More than a run-of-the-mill segment hat rack, Mazda6’s unrivaled beauty is wholeheartedly matched with its keen brain. Chock full of Mazda-engineered technologies and systems, the 2015 Mazda6 continues to excite the market with its proven SKYACTIV®1 TECHNOLOGY fuel savings made even more efficient with the capacitor-based regenerative engine braking i-ELOOP system, a head-turning KODO “Soul of Motion”-designed exterior and the safety-focused features of i-ACTIVSENSE. Since “boring” is a gene that never found its way into Mazda’s DNA, why expect the brand’s bread-and-butter mid-size vehicle to be plated without some sinisterly sweet jelly?
Engineered to Impress As the second Mazda vehicle to fully incorporate SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY, real-world results were not seen as a nice-to-have but more of a do-or-die. The performance-oriented, fuel-efficient technologies successfully showcased (and further cemented) the brand’s R&D ingenuity.
Under the hood sits an unassuming SKYACTIV-G 2.5-liter gasoline engine that features a race-car high 13.0:1 compression ratio, produces 184 horsepower at 5,700 rpm and offers 185 lb-ft of torque at 3,250 rpm. While not the most powerful engine on paper, this 2.5L could very well be the hardest working. As the standard engine for all three trim levels – Sport, Touring and Grand Touring – Mazda6’s 2.5L can be had with either the standard SKYACTIV-MT six-speed manual transmission or optional SKYACTIV-Drive six-speed automatic.
Not relegated to simple entry level status, the SKYACTIV-MT transmission is available on both Sport and Touring trims. When equipped as such, the EPA-estimated fuel economy rating is 25 city/37 highway/29 combined mpg. The SKYACTIV-Drive automatic is an available selection for all three trim levels with an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 26 city/38 highway/30 combined mpg. Additionally, only Grand Touring models can be paired with the i-ELOOP system. Mazda6 vehicles equipped as such receive an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 28 city/40 highway/32 combine mpg, of which the highway rating is the highest earned of its direct competitors.
Derived from “Intelligent Energy Loop,” i-ELOOP is a capacitor-based regenerative engine braking system that converts a vehicle’s kinetic energy into electricity as the car decelerates. More simply, energy is being captured the moment the accelerator is released – regardless of whether the vehicle slows down due to the brake pedal being employed or is merely coasting. This electricity is captured and then stored for later use as a means to power all of the vehicle’s electrical components, such as headlights, climate control and audio systems.
i-ELOOP is the world’s first such system capable of managing vehicle energy is such a manner. This reduces the need for the engine to burn extra fuel in order to generate electricity and, therefore, improves fuel economy without sacrificing driving performance. In order to efficiently recapture the kinetic energy and convert it into electricity, i-ELOOP utilizes a 12- to 25-volt variable voltage alternator, a DC/DC converter and a low-resistance, high-capacity electric double layer capacitor (EDLC).
While the increased engine braking caused by the hard-charging alternator is too small for drivers to feel, the smooth power delivery coming from the capacitor means the electrical systems do not operate differently when i-ELOOP is in use. As always, exact fuel savings will vary based on electrical loads and individual driving habits.
Supercar Style Sans Sticker Shock If looks were the only barometer of worth, without a doubt Mazda’s KODO design language has elevated the brand as an alternative to premium. This “Soul of Motion” direction has produced some of the most striking vehicle compositions available (and affordable) to the general public, with the Mazda6 in particular holding its own as a top three World Car Design of the Year finalist. On a global stage, Mazda’s mid-size sedan shared the spotlight with supercar contenders, both of whom featured half as many doors.
Not a far cry from its TAKERI Concept roots, Mazda6’s elongated cab-rearward posture, muscular fenders and decisive character lines have molded together a striking vehicle for a segment whose claim to fame is producing designs as anonymous as the everyday errands consumers are forced to make in them. Thankfully, even if for a segment seemingly comfortable in the nine-to-five routine, Mazda designers will not jump on the bandwagon of mediocrity.
Featuring the familial five-point chrome “signature wing,” Mazda6’s front grille forms a naturally approachable but commanding presence. Nestled within its black horizontal lines and flanked by piano black top-line trim is the Mazda badge – confident and prominent. Further encapsulating the long-stroke design form that is KODO, the front fascia’s chrome accent reaches out beyond the grille, continuing upwards into the eagle eye-shaped headlamps. The lower front fascia evokes a strong chin accompanied by recessed fog lights (when equipped).
From the hood’s substantial landscape and continuing along the pronounced front fenders is a character line so strong in its finesse toward creating shifting reflections. This initial eye-catcher snakes its way across the A-pillar only to disappear into the beginnings of another sweeping design element, which proceeds to wrap throughout the C-pillar and itself blending into the features of the trunk lid and signature wing-matching chrome accent.
But such painstaking attention to proportions and detail is not without purpose. With a coefficient of drag as low as 0.26 (Grand Touring only), the 2015 Mazda6 is the most wind-tunnel friendly vehicle within the mid-size segment.
Interior Contentment In order to provide an experience that is 100 percent Mazda, the Mazda6’s interior matches the flowing elements of its world-renown exterior design.
As with all Mazdas, the best seat in the Mazda6’s house is located directly behind the three-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel. This driver-oriented cabin features intuitive controls and touch points, some repetitive in function in order to offer consumers a variety of options with regards to familiar operational preferences. For example, consumers can make adjustments to in-vehicle settings via voice command, touch screen operation or traditional tactile knobs and buttons. A multi-function commander control (when equipped) sits in the center console to also provide a “home base” from which to access vehicle features.
The contoured dash panel is long and seamless, a non-distraction for a driver’s eyes as well as a further showcase of Mazda6’s premium, uncluttered cabin. Warm textures of dark gray satin (when paired with black or sand seat trim) or Bordeaux satin (when paired with almond-hued leather) reinforce the high quality surfaces that abound in frequently touched soft surfaces, such as premium cloth or leather features along the door panels. The dark satin element also highlights knobs and switches, making them easier to discern at moment’s glance.
As another benefit toward keeping one’s focus on the road ahead, the instrument cluster offers meter lighting which allows the gauges to be readable in bright sunlight as well as minimize eye strain during nighttime drives.
Interior room is ample and comfortable. Mazda6 offers 38.4 inches of headroom (37.4 inches when equipped with an optional moonroof) for front-seat occupants and 37.1 inches of clearing in the second row. Rear legroom is among the segment’s best at 38.7 inches while those in front enjoy 42.2 inches of stretching space.
The supportive, sport-bolstered front bucket seats and the spacious rear bench are available in three premium fabrics, each with two color options. Sport models feature black or sand cloth fabric; Touring vehicles are outfitted with black or sand leatherette; and Grand Touring trims feature black or almond leather. For added interior versatility and cargo space, the rear features 60/40-split fold-down seats as standard. With seats up, trunk space is an accommodating 14.8 cubic feet.
Personalizing the Driving Experience From its redesign year, the 2015 Mazda6 carries over an abundance of available in-vehicle connectivity options. Real-time traffic alerts, various music providers and automatic messaging capabilities are all within reach, or better yet, accessible via push-button voice command.
Bluetooth® phone and audio connectivity as well as iPod® audio playback can be accessed via the integrated 5.8-inch full-color multi-information touch screen display. The iPod’s information can easily be managed seamlessly via the Mazda6’s in-dash display. A speech recognition system also allows users to repeat and shuffle audio tracks as well as conduct a folder search. Additionally, USB and auxiliary jack connection ports are standard and located within the center console storage bins.
When a smartphone is synced, Short Message Service (SMS) messages can be received and show on the touch screen monitor. The system can then articulate the messages as well as allow occupants to send replies using pre-determined fixed phrases. There also is a Do Not Disturb function, which will silence all pop-up message notifications until the option setting is changed.
HD Radio™ Technology, a subscription-free digital AM and FM broadcast radio service, and Pandora®, which provides personalized stations based on a listener’s preferences (i.e. likes and dislikes of songs, artists and genres), also are offered. No log-in or additional setup is required to enjoy HD Radio stations, however, a Pandora account is needed and the mobile app installed before the stations can be accessed through the touch screen display. While Pandora does feature commercial-free channels for a fee, the service also offers free subscription accounts.
Real-time traffic alerts are available via the in-dash TomTom technology-based navigation system. The system also features premium North American maps, advanced lane guidance and instinctive voice recognition. The navigation module communicates with the head unit via a USB interface and utilizes an SD card for storing map data. The SD card feature allows consumers the flexibility to personalize route maps as well as receive regular mapping updates via any personal computer.
Packages for All Preferences The 2015 Mazda6 is offered in three trims, each level receiving a few more amenities than the other but no trim can be considered a barrel scrapper in terms of features. Starting with the Sport model, standard features abound, some of which are considered premium options among segment rivals. These include push-button start, air conditioning with a pollen filter, a tilt-and-telescopic adjustable steering column, steering wheel-mounted audio and cruise control functions, a multi-information display with a trip computer, auxiliary/USB input connections, cloth-trimmed sport seats, a six-way manual driver’s seat with manual lumbar support, 60/40-spilt fold-down rear seats, daytime running lights, auto-off halogen headlights, 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels, a SKYACTIV-MT six-speed manual transmission as well as a leather-wrapped parking brake, shift knob and steering wheel.
New standard equipment for all 2015 Mazda6 models is the addition of illuminated switches and a one-touch up/down operation for all power windows.
When equipping a Sport-trimmed vehicle with the SKYACTIV-Drive six-speed automatic, added features included Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio connectivity, HD Radio Technology, Pandora internet radio, audio menu voice command, Radio Broadcast Data System program information, E911 automatic emergency notification, SMS text message receipt/delivery, a 5.8-inch full-color touch-screen display and a rearview camera. No package options are offered for Sport models.
The mid-level Touring includes all the equipment of a Sport model paired with an automatic transmission, but with a choice of transmissions. For consumers who enjoy shifting the gears themselves yet would like more technology features the Touring trim may be the perfect blend of excitement and extras for discerning enthusiasts. Additional standard features included a larger 19-inch aluminum alloy wheel-and-tire set, a six-way power driver’s seat with manual lumbar support, dual-zone auto-climate control with rear seat vents, leatherette-trimmed sport seats and a multi-function commander control as well as Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) safety components.
For 2015, Touring models receive Mazda Advanced Keyless Entry as standard equipment. Also new this model year is the eponymously-named Touring Moonroof/Bose®/Satellite Radio Package, one of two options packages available for this trim. The former includes an 11-speaker Bose Centerpoint® Surround Sound System with AudioPilot®, a power moonroof with a one-touch open/close feature and SiriusXM® Satellite Radio with a four-month complimentary subscription. The latter, which can only be ordered as a combination with the Moonroof/Bose/Satellite Radio Package, adds a TomTom technology-based navigation system with real-time traffic, auto on/off headlights, rain-sensing windshield wipers, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with Homelink®, an auto-dimming exterior driver’s side mirror, heated outside mirrors and Smart City Brake Support (SCBS), a pre-crash avoidance safety feature. While the SCBS system will not eliminate accidents, its intent is to minimize them and help reduce the severity of an impact.
Equipped solely with the SKYACTIV-Drive automatic transmission, Grand Touring models include all the features of a Touring equipped with both the Moonroof/Bose/Satellite Radio and Touring Technology packages.
Upgraded standard amenities include 19-inch aluminum alloys with a Platinum Silver finish, a rear lip spoiler, bi-xenon HID headlights with auto leveling, LED daytime running lights, halogen fog lights, leather-trimmed sport seats with variable-setting heated front seats, an eight-way power driver’s seat with power lumbar support, a four-way power front passenger seat, steering wheel paddle shifters, an alarm system and an Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS).
A Grand Touring Technology package is available and adds Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC), Forward Obstruction Warning (FOW), a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), High Beam Control (HBC), i-ELOOP and active grille shutters.
The 2015 Mazda6 is available in seven exterior colors – Blue Reflex, Jet Black, Liquid Silver, Meteor Gray, Snowflake White Pearl, Soul Red and Deep Crystal Blue (new for 2015) – and can be optioned with one of two interior shades – black and sand/almond.
Standard Safety The focus of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY is not only on lightweight materials, fuel economy and driving dynamics. Increased safety is a key element as well, which is why Mazda6 has earned a “Top Safety Pick+” designation from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) and also received a 5-Star Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
All 2015 Mazda6 models are equipped with a SKYACTIV-Chassis and SKYACTIV-Body, two components that improve rigidity to provide a driver with precise steering and handling control while implementing a reinforced structure to help protect occupants during an unexpected impact.
Additionally, all Mazda6 vehicles are equipped with standard safety features such as six airbags (advanced dual front, front seat-mounted and full-length side curtain), daytime running lights, height-adjustable headrests for all seating positions, whiplash-reducing front headrests, an Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) with Brake Assist, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) with a Traction Control System (TCS), a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), Hill Launch Assist (HLA), power-assisted ventilated front brakes and solid rear disc brakes, three-point safety belts for all seating positions, a fold-away brake pedal assembly, a trunk entrapment release system, front seatbelt pretensioners with force limiters as well as Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH).
Sport models equipped with an automatic transmission receive a rearview camera as standard equipment. Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) are standard on Touring trims, and Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) is available as a Touring Technology Package feature. Grand Touring vehicles receive SCBS and an Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS) as standard equipment while Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC), Forward Obstruction Warning (FOW), a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) and High Beam Control (HBC) are available as part of the Grand Touring Technology Package.
As a whole, these safety features comprise the i-ACTIVSENSE umbrella, a suite of active-safety pre-crash detection systems. These technologies use sensing devices such a milliwave radars and cameras to support the driver in recognizing hazards, avoiding collisions and minimizing damage should accidents occur but are not meant to replace a driver from making accident avoidance decisions.
Lastly, all Mazda vehicles come with the Mazda Certified Roadside Assistance Program. Using either the toll-free number or free Mazda Assist app for iOS- and Android-operated mobile devices, owners and their family members can contact roadside assistance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year throughout the United States and Canada. In addition, the New Vehicle Limited Warranty includes a comprehensive three-year/36,000-mile warranty, which covers every part of the vehicle (except those subject to normal wear), a five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty and a five-year/unlimited-mileage corrosion warranty.
마쓰다가 현지시간 6월 27일 미국 뉴욕에서 신형 마쓰다3(일본명 악셀라, Axela)의 해치백을 공개했다. 마쓰다를 대표하는 소형 콤팩트 모델로 지난 10년간 전세계 판매량이 350만 대에 이를 정도로 높은 인기를 누린 모델로 이번이 3세대째다.
최근 마쓰다의 다양한 모델에서 보여준 코도(KODO) 디자인 아이덴티티를 따른 디자인이다. 마쓰다만의 독특한 대형 그릴과 날카로운 헤드램프가 인상적이며 길이는 4,460mm로 이전과 같지만 앞뒤 오버행을 줄여 휠베이스를 2,700mm로 60mm나 늘이는 동시에 너비를 40mm 확대(1,795mm)했다. 반면 높이는 15mm 낮춰 이전보다 스포티하고 안정된 분위기다.
올 가을부터 판매되며 시장에 따라 새로 개발된 스카이액티브-G 1.5L를 포함한 1.5L~2.5L 가솔린 엔진과 2.2L 디젤 엔진을 적용한다. 일본 내수용에는 하이브리드 모델도 추가될 예정이다.
스카이액티브 기술에 적용된 것은 마쓰다6와 CX-5에 이어 두 번째. 북미 기준으로 살펴보면 직렬 4기통 2.0L와 2.5L를 사용하며 각각 155마력과 184마력의 최고출력을 낸다. 특히 북미에서 주력이 될 2.5L 엔진의 경우 이전에 비해 10% 향상된 출력을 지녔으면서도 무게를 10% 줄이고 중속 토크를 강화한 것이 특징이다. 변속기는 6단 수동과 자동을 마련했고 브레이크 에너지 회생 시스템 등을 더해 연비를 향상시켰다는 주장. 더불어 보디 강성도 30% 향상되었다고 밝혔다.
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20일 일본에서 신형 아텐자(마쓰다 6)를 발표했다. 마쓰다의 기함이 되는 모델로 매력적인 디자인이 돋보이고 최신 스카이액티브(SKYACTIV)
기술을 써 연비를 비롯한 효율을 극대화했다.
특히 2.2L 신세대 디젤 엔진(SKYACTIV-D 2.2)과 6단 수동변속기 모델의
경우 일본 JC08 모드로 L당 연비가 22.4L에 이를 정도로 효율이 좋다. 2.0L와 2.5L 가솔린의 경우도 이전 모델 대비 30%와
37%씩 향상된 연비를 실현했다. 아이들 스톱은 물론이고 제동시에 에너지를 회생하는 아이-이루프(i-ELOOP)까지 더한 덕분이다.가솔린 모델의
변속기는 6단 자동 한 종류.
또, 레이더와 카메라를 이용해 장애물을 감지해 안전운전을 돕는 아이
액티브센스(i-ACTIVSENSE)과 자동 브레이크 시스템, 차선 이탈 경보 시스템, 급발진 방지 시스템 등 안전에 대한 장비도 충실하다.
판매가는 250만~340만엔이며 일본에선 월 1,000대, 전세계 시장에 연간 22만 대 판매를 목표로 하고 있다.