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Mazda Australia is excited to confirm the local arrival of its first ever Mazda MX-30 crossover in 2021.

The first ever Mazda MX-30 combines truly individualised styling cues with a choice of green powertrain solutions: e-Skyactiv G with mild hybrid technology, or the fully electric e- Skyactiv system.

“MX-30 is the bold next step of Mazda’s Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030 strategy,” said Mazda Australia Managing Director, Vinesh Bhindi.

“Combining modern design and sustainable, tactile interior materials, the MX-30 has been created to stimulate the senses and connect with the driver and its occupants.

“While furthering our ‘well to wheel’ emissions reduction strategy, the MX-30 remains a Mazda at heart: it is poised, agile and fun to drive with exceptional handling.

We are looking forward to seeing MX-30 in Mazda dealerships next year,” he said.

The five-star Euro NCAP rated MX-30 evolves the Mazda Proactive Safety philosophy with a comprehensive suite of active and passive safety measures.

The MX-30’s i-Activsense system introduces a Turn-Across Traffic functionality to the Smart Brake Support System, which helps prevent collisions when turning ‘across traffic’, for example at an intersection.

Road Keep Assist, which maintains the right track even without lane markings, and Emergency Lane Keeping with Blind Spot Assist, are also included.

A rigid body, optimal driving position and structures that efficiently absorb impact energy provide additional peace-of-mind.

For the EV, the high voltage electric power flow is shut down the instant a collision occurs, and the battery module is covered with high-strength steel and a rigid surrounding frame for solid impact protection.

Ten airbags are included as standard: front, curtain, front-side, rear-side, front far-side (driver) and a driver’s knee airbag.

The MX-30 M Hybrid will arrive in the first half 2021, with the MX-30 Electric going on-sale in the middle of the year.