Automotive Resource Carscoops Launches Design View of What Future Mazda6 May Look Like

The current generation Mazda 6 has been available since 2012 and has already gone through several updates. Moreover, Mazda has already hinted to us what the next generation of the “six” might look like.

Automotive Resource Carscoops has published a design presentation of what the future Mazda6 might look like. The stylistics of the Mazda Vision Coupe concept car shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in the fall of 2017 and, of course, the Mazda Kodo brand design philosophy are taken as the basis.

A dynamic silhouette with highly tilted struts, a long hood, smooth bends, and a large false radiator grille with a predatory gaze of headlights at the edges. Traditionally, there is an emphasis on chrome elements, and the artist added them at the bottom of the front doors – just like it was on the prototype.. the automobile seems very harmonious and on the equal time fashionable.

The only pity is the sedan’s feed is not shown. However, the publication states that there are round LED lights and dual tailpipes.
The thing is that not so long ago in the automotive world there were rumors that the next-generation Mazda6 could be rear-wheel drive, and moreover, with an in-line six-cylinder engine! it’ll most in all likelihood additionally use skyactiv-x era and a “gentle” hybrid device. Accordingly, power output is expected in the region of 300-350 hp. Recall that the current generation of Mazda6 is equipped with petrol power units 2.0 and 2.5, as well as diesel 2.2

Traditionally, the rivals of the “six” in this class are Toyota Camry, Ford Mondeo, Honda Accord, Volkswagen Passat, and Hyundai Sonata. But a change in concept can expand the list of competitors, encroaching, for example, on the territory of the big German three.

However, while all this remains at the level of rumors and ideas, Mazda has formally introduced that it does now not plan to release global new products for the following few years.