Though known for their small, sporty sedans, Mazda has been working on expanding the brand’s lineup recently to include more family-friendly models like the CX-3 and CX-5 crossovers. New reports from the Chicago Auto Show have revealed that at least two new Mazda crossovers are on the way to the market, according to Mazda North America CEO Masahiro Moro.
While those who have been following Mazda news already were aware that a crossover was already preparing to be introduced at the upcoming auto show in Geneva, Moro also mentioned that another crossover is being exclusively designed for the North American market.
The two crossovers were also confirmed to share Mazda’s vehicle architecture and design philosophy. They will also both be built at Mazda’s new plant in Alabama. Production should begin on the vehicles by the middle of 2021.
The first of the new Mazda crossovers is set to debut in Geneva soon, but there is no news on when consumers will get a glimpse of the second. Until their launch, Mazda will continue to work on the other crossovers in the brand’s lineup, including the addition of a diesel variant among the models of the CX-5.
While the new crossovers won’t be in dealerships anytime soon, come to our dealership to check out the Mazda lineup at Hiley Mazda of Fort Worth.