Launched in 2012, the CX-5 original was the first Mazda to feature both Kodo design and Skyactiv technology. The model worked very well and the dynamic standards, the design and the habitability were very interesting. From then on, successive updates and improvements in all aspects of the vehicle led the CX-5 to become a central model that represents approximately 35% of the brand’s annual sales.
To give you an idea, to date 490,870 units have been sold in Europe and a total of some 3,190,000 in 130 countries around the world. Worldwide, the CX-5 remains Mazda’s best-selling model.
Today, Mazda has announced that in the coming weeks a updated version of the SUV. The CX-5 2021 is also available as one of the series of Mazda 100th Anniversary Limited Edition and as a new special edition model ‘Homura‘.
Among the most outstanding novelties, the Mazda CX-5 2021 has technology of human machine interface (HMI) upgraded for comfort, peace of mind and safety, and engine and transmission upgrades to help reduce CO2 emissions.
He updated HMI system combines a new, faster and clearer 10.25-inch center display and even more intuitive Commander control with an expanded range of Connected Services operable by the latest MyMazda app.
Features include remote door lock, vehicle finder, remote pre-programming of multiple navigation destinations, vehicle status report, dealer contact and service reservation request, roadside assistance and a vehicle alert. security.
Various improvements to the powertrain result in a better and more environmentally friendly driving experience. He 135 kW / 184 hp 2.2 Skyactiv-D diesel engine now offered with front-wheel drive.
Introducing a special edition ‘Homura’ adds even more punch to the range. Homura means fire or flame in Japanese, and this is reflected in the model’s unique black exterior and interior accents, red stitching upholstery and 19-inch alloy wheels.
The color scheme of the 100th anniversary limited edition The CX-5 features Snowflake White Pearlescent exterior paint in contrast to the burgundy interior carpet, leather seats and the Mazda Centennial logo at several key points.