2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV Just Made Things Interesting

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV  – Europe, are we ready for more SUVs? Mazda thinks so and has released a teaser image and video combination for the CX-60. This is the first vehicle in the “Large Product Group”, which was announced last October. It will also be available in Japan and other markets. However, it will not be sold in the United States or additional countries where the Zoom-Zoom company will sell an identical CX-70 with wider bodies.

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV Specs

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV Specs

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV Review

The CX-60 was unveiled during a photoshoot in November. This teaser image confirms that it was real. The headlights are identical, with the same LED daytime running lamps. They have a horizontal line that extends from the grille to the top. The functional air curtains, which are hopefully more practical than they look, have the same upright orientation as the grille and also feature a glossy black trim.

Engine

Mazda will sell the 2023 CX-60 on the Old Continent with a plug-in hybrid powertrain that combines a four-cylinder, 2.5-liter gasoline engine, and an electric motor. The SUV will produce more than 300 horsepower and comply with European emissions regulations. The first plug-in hybrid vehicle by the company, it will go down in history. It will be followed by a CX-80 with three rows.

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV Redesign

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV Redesign

Within the next two years, both larger SUVs will be available in Europe. The CX-70 in the US will be joined by the three-row CX-90 in the US. It also has a larger body than the CX-80. These products are engineered to accept PHEV powertrains as well as a new line of straight-six gasoline or diesel engines with a mild-hybrid setup.

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV

2023 Mazda CX-60 PHEV Released

Although there is no information about the arrival of larger combustion engines in Europe, Mazda has confirmed that the new SUVs it plans to sell in the US will include them. The four models will be riding on a new rear-wheel-drive platform, although this has not been confirmed by Mazda.