Stunning Mazda6 Debuts at Moscow Motor Show

Stunning Mazda6 Debuts at Moscow Motor Show

Mazda showcased the very latest in design and technology when the all new third generation Mazda6 Sedan made its much anticipated debut at the Moscow Motor Show.

Featuring the full range of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY and the KODO – Soul of Motion design language it is the first Mazda vehicle to feature i-ELOOP, Mazda’s unique brake energy generation system which begins charging the capacitor the moment the driver takes his foot off the accelerator. This is then used to power electronic components of the vehicle resulting in greater fuel economy.

Mazda New Zealand, Managing Director, Andrew Clearwater, believes the first thing that will strike people about the new Mazda6 is its stunning look.

“The Mazda designers have built on the Mazda Takeri concept vehicle which created great interest when it debuted in 2011, to develop an exterior design that conveys tenacity, dignity and a sporty flare. The new Mazda6 really is the complete package of looks and performance and will make as big a mark in the mid-sized segment as its first generation predecessor did in 2002.’

The KODO design has also realised a vehicle that has a spacious comfortable interior and a refined Human Machine Interface (HMI) that creates a cockpit in which the driver can savour the joy of driving.

Driver safety is a real focus in the new Mazda6 and it includes a number of advanced safety features. Rear Vehicle Monitoring (RVM) and Adaptive Front Lighting system (AFS) improve driver awareness and improved field of vision at night, Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) allows the vehicle to avoid or reduce the severity of an accident even if the driver takes no action and Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) uses a camera to warn the driver of unintentional lane departures.

The new Mazda6 will be launched in New Zealand early in the New Year.

Mazda showcased the very latest in design and technology when the all new third generation Mazda6 Sedan made its much anticipated debut at the Moscow Motor Show.

Featuring the full range of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY and the KODO – Soul of Motion design language it is the first Mazda vehicle to feature i-ELOOP, Mazda’s unique brake energy generation system which begins charging the capacitor the moment the driver takes his foot off the accelerator. This is then used to power electronic components of the vehicle resulting in greater fuel economy.

Mazda New Zealand, Managing Director, Andrew Clearwater, believes the first thing that will strike people about the new Mazda6 is its stunning look.

“The Mazda designers have built on the Mazda Takeri concept vehicle which created great interest when it debuted in 2011, to develop an exterior design that conveys tenacity, dignity and a sporty flare. The new Mazda6 really is the complete package of looks and performance and will make as big a mark in the mid-sized segment as its first generation predecessor did in 2002.’

The KODO design has also realised a vehicle that has a spacious comfortable interior and a refined Human Machine Interface (HMI) that creates a cockpit in which the driver can savour the joy of driving.

Driver safety is a real focus in the new Mazda6 and it includes a number of advanced safety features. Rear Vehicle Monitoring (RVM) and Adaptive Front Lighting system (AFS) improve driver awareness and improved field of vision at night, Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) allows the vehicle to avoid or reduce the severity of an accident even if the driver takes no action and Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) uses a camera to warn the driver of unintentional lane departures.

The new Mazda6 will be launched in New Zealand early in the New Year.

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