The all-new Mazda CX-60 introduces the company's first plug-in full hybrid technology to the European SUV market

                Showcasing the company's first plug-in full hybrid powertrain, Mazda's new flagship model, the Mazda CX-60 PHEV, represents everything that Mazda has built into its DNA over the last 100 years, from outstanding exterior and interior design to the finest Japanese craftsmanship, the latest innovations in human-centric technologies and world-leading powertrains.


                The Mazda CX-60 PHEV spearheads the European introduction of plug-in hybrid models with a powertrain which combines a Skyactiv-G 2.5, four-cylinder direct injection petrol with a large, 100 kW electric motor and a 355V, 17.8 kWh high-capacity battery. This combination of engine and motor delivers a total system output of 327 PS/241 kW and abundant torque of 500 Nm, making it the most powerful road car Mazda has ever produced. The Mazda CX-60 PHEV delivers highly impressive performance, accelerating from 0-100 km/h in just 5.8 seconds, and on to a limited maximum speed of 200 km/h.

                
                Developed using the 'right sizing' concept which calls for optimised displacement to improved fuel and power efficiency, new generation, straight-six, 3.0 litre e-Skyactiv X petrol and 3.3 litre Skyactiv-D diesel engines with two different power outputs will also be introduced. Featuring M Hybrid Boost - Mazda's 48V mild hybrid system - they combine high output with excellent fuel economy and emissions performance.


                All three powerplants are mated to a new eightspeed automatic transmission and Mazda's i-Activ All-Wheel Drive system. The e-Skyactiv D diesel unit and the e-Skyactiv X petrol engine may also be equipped with rear-wheel drive only.

                Mazda Intelligent Drive Select (Mi-Drive) offers a choice of four drive modes (plus EV mode for the PHEV) to provide optimum control and driving pleasure in every driving scenario.

                
                A comprehensive range of advanced i-Activsense driver assistance systems ensures active safety at the highest level, and targets a Euro NCAP 5-star safety rating.

                Several new technologies debut in the Mazda CX-60: See-Through View - a next-generation 360-degree monitor with extended field of view at low speeds; Hill Descent Control (HDC), which assists in safely descending steep slopes with slippery or rough road surfaces; Cruise Control (i-ACC), which can now incorporate speed limits from Traffi c Sign Recognition; and Vehicle Exit Warning (BSM) for rear-approaching road users.


EXTERIOR DESIGN


                
                Mazda's 'Kodo-Soul of Motion' design philosophy entered phase two with the launch of the Mazda3. For the Mazda CX-60, the company took on the challenge of creating a design that would instantly reflect the enhancement and further advancement of Kodo design.

                Careful and meticulous development of the imposing front face and long nose/truncated rear silhouette give the Mazda CX-60 its powerful and dynamic shape. The Kodo design concept of 'breathing life into a car' aims to create a form in which the car as a moving object resembles a living create running at full speed.

                The front grille adopts an adjusted aspect ratio which shows off the height of the grille more than on other Mazdas. The signature wing now features illumination functionality to further accentuate the powerful look of the grille.

                The front lamp design is also new for Mazda. Unlike previous models, the Mazda CX-60 headlight arrangement features vertically stacked lamps and an L-shaped lighting signature to create a new expression that conveys the strength of an SUV.


The all-new Mazda CX-60 is 4,745 mm long, 1,890 mm wide and 1,680 mm high, and has a 5.4 metre turning circle. Its 2,870 mm wheel base off ers spacious accommodation for all occupants, as well as generous loadspace.


                Its framework expresses stability, much as a living organism uses its skeletal structure and muscles to firmly grip the ground. This is the essence of Kodo design. The Mazda CX-60 uses its strong framework to convey its skeletal appeal when viewed from any angle.

                In profile, the relatively rearward positioning of the cabin on the body lends the vehicle a dynamic sense of movement. The SUV's sense of commanding toughness is enlivened by elegant surface treatment, with a streak of light which beams down from the cabin's rear edge and grazes the rear wheel arch before reaching the ground. This simple yet powerful motion represents a boldness seen in Japanese calligraphy and modern art, in refusing to be bound by the frame of the canvas.



                The rear lighting signature also adopts an L-shaped design to match that of the front lamp clusters. The widely spread consecutive horizontal styling creating a lighting signature appropriate to a premium class vehicle.

                The choice of white was inspired by the Japanese aesthetic belief that less is more, and the 'nothingness' of Zen Buddhism, creating the image of a machine focused on the dense luminosity of metal. In contrast to a conventional white pearl finish, Rhodium White has a hard shine with an even more dense particle texture, accentuating the Mazda CX-60's powerful, graceful form.

                In all, a choice of eight body colours are available: Jet Black, Deep Crystal Blue, Sonic Silver, Platinum Quartz, Arctic White, Rhodium White, Machine Grey and Soul Red Crystal.

The new Mazda CX-60 may be fitted with either 18-inch or 20-inch alloy wheels.


INTERIOR DESIGN

                
                The elegant, premium quality interior design mixes different materials and textures such as maple wood, nappa leather, uniquely worked Japanese textiles, chrome details, and a specially detailed instrument panel stitching.

                The interior design follows the exterior in expressing the strength of the Mazda CX-60's front-engine, rear-wheel drive SUV architecture. The wide instrument panel features continuous lines which run through the sides air vents into the door trim, reinforcing the spaciousness of the interior.


                The strong shape of the centre console penetrates the cabin space from front to back, expressing both structural strength and the presence of a longitudinally mounted engine, a new 8-speed automatic transmission, and rearwheel drive.


                Uniquely Mazda and deeply rooted in Japanese heritage, the interior celebrates the living quality of natural wood grain and high quality woven textiles, with Japanese craftsmanship achieving the highest levels of quality in both materials. Textures are created using both traditional methods and new technologies.

                The treatment of the maple wood trim refl ects the Japanese aesthetic of Hacho - asymmetrical balance, or intentional unevenness. The woven fabrics' diverse patterns and yarns respond sensitively to changes in light, and a Japanese stitching technique called Kakenui creates 'hanging stitching' seams with spaces between the trim fabrics revealing a glimpse of the material beneath.

                White ambient lighting on the front and rear door trim brings out the best of the colour and texture of the interior finishes.

                Optional mid and high grade versions of the Mazda CX-60 feature a large, 1,060 mm x 995 mm panoramic roof to expand the range of visibility and light for rear seat passengers. The roofl ine between the B pillars has been designed to reduce weight and enhance safety against side impacts.


DRIVER PERSONALISATION SYSTEM


                The Mazda CX-60's new Driver Personalisation System comprises three functions; an automatic driving position guide; automatic setting restoration; and ingress/ egress assistance.

                The automatic driving position guide uses a camera to detect the position of the driver's eyes and input regarding the driver's height to estimate their physique, then automatically adjusts the seat, steering wheel, HUD and door mirrors to match the driver's eye position.

                Automatic setting restoration uses facial recognition, and data on more than 250 adjustments and settings stored in the vehicle - including the driving position, audio and air-conditioning - to quickly and automatically restore the settings for each individual when the driver changes. The system can store settings for up to six people, plus guests.

                In addition, the ingress/egress assistance function makes it easier for the driver to get in and out of the car by sliding the steering wheel and seat out of the way.


BOSE PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM

            The Mazda CX-60's 12-speaker Bose sound system is unique in both its design and its performance. It takes the Bose BassMatch engineering approach to the next level, providing a powerful listening experience with deep, lowfrequency impact for all occupants.

            Located under the right-hand front seat, the heart of the system is a Bose digital amplifi er with nine channels of custom equalisation and digital signal processing, including Bose Centerpoint 2 surround sound technology, Bose SurroundStage processing and Bose AudioPilot 2 noisecompensation technology.

            The 12 high-performance speakers comprise: one 80 mm Twiddler in the centre of the instrument panel; two 25 mm neodymium tweeters, one in each door mirror patch; two 115 mm high-excursion neodymium woofers, each in a four-litre custom engineered cowl-side bass enclosure utilising the body frame; four 80 mm neodymium mid/ high range speakers - one in each door; two rear 65 mm surround speakers - one mounted in each C pillar; and one 130 mm neodymium woofer in a 10 litre customengineered bass enclosure in the spare wheel housing.

            The BassMatch cowl-side enclosures utilise perfect 'drive points' to deliver tighter, more powerful bass while reducing 'door buzz'. Combined with the rear bass enclosure and tuning, the overall dynamic range, clarity and image width of the sound system is enhanced.


SAFETY


                The Mazda CX-60's comprehensive range of advanced i-Activsense driver assistance systems ensure active safety at the highest level, and target a Euro NCAP 5-star safety rating.

                Several new technologies debut in the Mazda CX-60: See- Through View - a next-generation 360-degree monitor with extended field of view at low speeds; Hill Descent Control (HDC), which assists in safely descending steep slopes with slippery or rough road surfaces; Cruise Control (i-ACC), which can now incorporate speed limits from Traffic Sign Recognition; and Vehicle Exit Warning (BSM) for rear-approaching road users.

                Other i-Activsense systems include: Advanced Smart City Brake Assist (Advanced SCBS) with pedestrian and cyclist detection and intersection function, Rear Emergency Brake Assist (SBS-R) with pedestrian detection, Lane Keeping Assist with Steering Assist (ELK), Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) and Drowsiness Detection (DAA).

FURTHER I-ACTIVSENSE SYSTEMS

                Standard across the Mazda CX-60 range, Advanced Smart City Brake Support (Advanced SCBS) uses a forwardsensing camera to detect vehicles and pedestrians ahead - both by day and at night - and help avoid collisions or mitigate damage in the event one does occur. The system automatically stops or reduces the speed of the car when there is a risk of collision with the vehicle or pedestrian in front.

                Other key i-Activsense driver-supporting technologies included as standard across the range include Mazda's Lane-keep Assist System and Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

                Blind Spot Monitoring keeps the driver aware of vehicles approaching when, for example, changing lanes. Its Rear Cross Traffic Alert function monitors the vehicle's surroundings when reversing, alerting the driver when it detects vehicles approaching from the sides.

                Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) with Stop and Go function automatically maintains the appropriate vehicle speed and optimum following distance, even if the vehicle ahead comes to a complete standstill. i-Adaptive Cruise Control (i-ACC) is an additional function which allows drivers to easily set the MRCC to the speed limit by using Traffic Sign Recognition.

                Further standard active safety equipment includes a fourwheel anti-lock braking system (4W-ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), a Traction Control System (TCS), an Emergency Stop Signaling System (ESS), Hill Launch Assist (HLA), and automatic headlamps which illuminate about 30 minutes before sunset, making it easier for pedestrians and other cars to notice the vehicle.

Mazda CX-60


                The imposing strength of the Mazda CX-60's beautiful and dynamic styling conveys the intelligence and elegance of the latest developments in Kodo design woven into the toughness of the striking front-engine, rear-wheel drive SUV architecture.

                The elegant, premium quality interior design mixes different materials and textures such as maple wood, nappa leather, uniquely worked Japanese textiles, chrome details, and a specially detailed instrument panel stitching.

                Human-centric technologies have been rethought and refined to perfect the Jinba-Ittai driving experience and, more than ever, meet the individual needs of the driver. The ground-breaking Mazda Driver Personalisation System will recognise the occupant of the driver's seat and automatically adjust the surroundings - seat position, steering wheel, mirrors, HUD, even the sound and climate control settings - to fit their physique as well as their personal preferences.


The all-new Mazda CX-60 introduces the company's first plug-in full hybrid technology to the European SUV market The all-new Mazda CX-60 introduces the company's first plug-in full hybrid technology to the European SUV market Reviewed by Góc chia sẻ 'Of Nhân on March 11, 2022 Rating: 5

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