“It’s hard to make money by making small EVs given the high costs of producing automobiles,” said Mazda’s chief executive Masahiro Moro.”We are looking at a segment that will appeal to would-be EV buyers.”
Currently, Mazda hasn’t revealed a bigger electric model than the MX-30, which means we could see one of these new models soon if the Japanese automaker is faithful to the timeline mentioned earlier. The Japan Mobility Show will be a perfect venue for that, side-by-side with the concept that will apparently preview the next MX-5 Miata.
The renowned event, formerly the Tokyo Motor Show, is happening in a few days, so we won’t have to wait too long for confirmation.
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