Mazda accelerates the electrification of its model range

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Mazda accelerates the electrification of its model range-model

Mazda accelerates the electrification of its model program and thus makes another step towards climate neutrality up to 2050. The company assumes that by 2030 a quarter of all vehicles have a fully electric drive and all other models will be partially electrified.

Between 2022 and 2025, the Japanese car manufacturer introduces a number of new vehicles based on the Skyactiv Multi-Solution Scalable Architecture, predominantly in Japan, Europe, the USA, China and the ASEAN registrars. These include five hybrid models (without mild-hybrid, incl. Models with Toyota hybrid system), five plug-in hybrid models and three battery electrical models. Further details on these vehicles wants to announce the manufacturer later.

In addition, Mazda develops a specific platform for electric cars, the Skyactiv eV Scalable Architecture. It supplies the basis for electric cars of different sizes and body forms to be introduced between 2025 and 2030.

The reduction of CO2 emissions with each individual vehicle remains a central goal of Mazda, as the manufacturer reaffirms. On the way to climate neutrality, the company uses all available technical possibilities. By the Skyactiv Multi-Solution Scalable Architecture, Mazda continues to set the development of internal combustion engines in addition to the electrification. These include the E-Skyactiv X and new Series Sex Cylinders Petrol and Diesel Engines.

Mazda also invests in many regions in various projects and partnerships in order to promote the development and use of renewable fuels and thus accelerates traffic accelerates. In Japan, Mazda is involved in several common research projects and studies of industry, science and authorities that promote the dissemination of biofuels from microalgae. In Europe, Mazda joined in February 2021 as one of the first automakers of the Effuel Alliance.

Developed for the driver: The Mazda I-ActivSense security systems

Mazda also supports the industrialized goal of a company without traffic accidents. The automobile manufacturer continues to expand its range of security technologies with autonomous driving technology “Mazda Co-Pilot Concept”. This will initially be from 2022 as Mazda Co-Pilot 1.0 introduced into the larger models.

The Mazda Co-Pilot Concept continuously monitors the physical condition of the driver. If this changes suddenly, the system takes control of the vehicle, brings it to a safe place to stand and set an emergency call.

Together with four other Japanese car manufacturers (Suzuki, Subaru, Daihatsu and Toyota), Mazda develops common specifications for next-generation vehicle communication devices. This is intended to be a standardized communication system for safer and more comfortable networked services.

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8 thoughts on “Mazda accelerates the electrification of its model range”

  1. Have a transfer for our Peugeot Ion searched, MX-30 was optimal for city and regional rides on the paper.

    Test drive after 15 minutes canceled, BEV with synthetic combustion noise from the audio system without the possibility to be permanently offset just not. Sorry Mazda, not so!

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  2. Japan has 2 electricity grids with different frequencies 50Hz and 60Hz. These networks are therefore only connected to DC short couplings. Furthermore, Japan with 100V also has the world’s lowest mains voltage, which makes it difficult. For higher performance you can consolidate 2 * 100V to 200V, similar to the US. In Germany, a 400V / 230V 3 phase rotary network is normal, which allows easy-to-install wallboxes to install.
    Therefore, an electrification with BEV in Japan is more difficult than in countries that hang on the European composite network.

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  3. Mazda completely overslept the development of car production? To develop hybrid models and
    Continue to build is complete nonsense.

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  4. Until 2030 a quarter of all new cars or a quarter of all cars in traffic? The former would be a false forecast. The latter would be cool. The policy has to help that every citizen wants to get rid of his dirt shaft as soon as possible. Then would be possible more.

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  5. Quote: “In Europe, Mazda joined in February 2021 as one of the first automakers of the Efuel Alliance”
    Geez. That sounds powerful to panic.

    But I can now understand after a broken test drive with the MX-30, now.
    The car manages to be at least poorly worse in truly all criteria than the competition.
    Mazda is really far behind BMW – and that wants something.

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  6. “… [with the] Skyactiv Multi-Solution Scalable Architecture continue Mazda […] also on the development of internal combustion engines. These include […] new series six cylinderspetrol-/ and Diesel engines.”

    Good night, Mazda!

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  7. Oh hurt Mazda! If there is not the train already left … The competition in Japan, has been with Z years ago.B. The Prius had a success. Especially in the USA. Now Mazda comes with mildhybrids and late with BEV? Hopefully that will not be such a creator, as with the Wankelmotor …

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