Mazda is going to launch a couple of cars at the Los Angeles auto expo scheduled to take place month.
Right before the event, the company teased people with a 2017 Mazda CX-5 teaser image giving a glimpse of what to expect.
Just like many other teaser images from the past, the new one released by Mazda is a silhouette of the car and reveals very little information about the model. The compact crossover is all the rage and buyers are extremely interested in the segment because of the convenience it provides. Banking in on the craze, Mazda is about to launch another utility vehicle with some quality improvements. The design showcases thin headlights, long nose and a much lower ride height making it an ideal compact car for driving in the city.
The 2013 CX-5 is one of the successful models for Mazda and ever since then, the brand has created a name for itself among buyers. While they do have the option to continue selling the car with minor tweaks every year, the team has always opted for the hard route. They changed the powertrain in 2014 and the 2016 model witnessed a lot of exterior changes. Revamping the design is no easy task but Mazda did it along with great improvements to the interiors and integrated a fully connected infotainment system.
The base model received many standard features but there was no significant increase in the pricing. The integration of a rearview camera on specific trimlines was a welcome addition. According to sources, the 2017 Mazda CX-5 model is scheduled to hit stores in the first half of 2017. The name of the car and the trimlines being offered could vary based on the region in which it is getting launched.
“We are incorporating the KODO motion design concept to construct the car and bring it to a whole new level. Our idea is to make a beautiful car which has all the best elements in it and offers best in-class strength,” commented Mazda in their press statement.
The teaser image doesn’t reveal much of the car but it still does gives you an idea of how the CX-5 2017 edition could look like. The car retains the traditional styling aspects that made it popular in the first place and is now trying to adopt some newer elements to stay relevant in the future. The reveal is set for the LA auto expo on Nov 16th.