The Japanese automaker’s first electric car, the Mazda MX-30 has just started production at the Hiroshima plant in Japan.
Revealed at the end of last year at the Tokyo Motor Show, the Mazda MX-30 has just taken a new step. This Wednesday, May 20, the Japanese brand announced the start of industrialization of the model at the No. 1 factory in Ujina in Hiroshima, Japan.
First deliveries in the fall
Called “e-Skyactiv”, the electrical technology on board the Mazda MX-30 combines a 107 kW (145 horsepower) electric motor with a 35.5 kWh battery ensuring a range of 200 kilometers. Equipped with a Combo charging port, the MX-30 can be recharged to 80% in around 40 minutes on a fast-charging station.
Available in four trim levels and sold from € 33,900 excluding bonuses in France, the MX-30 will arrive in European dealerships from autumn 2020.