Heralding its next-generation in Mazda’s trajectory to ‘Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030’, Mazda has revealed its revolutionary SKYACTIV-X engine and SKYACTIV-Vehicle Architecture to the public at the 45th Tokyo Motor show.
Zoom-Zoom: the technology driving Mazda towards 2030
Embraced in the Mazda KAI CONCEPT hatchback, these advances represent a leap ahead for Mazda in its ambition to achieve ‘Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030’.
Announced in early 2017, Mazda’s ‘Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030’ vision sees Mazda strive to offer driving pleasure combined with outstanding environmental and safety performance.
Launching in 2019, SKYACTIV-X is a cornerstone of this vision, and will set Mazda on its way to achieving its goal of reducing corporate average ‘well-to-wheel’ carbon dioxide emissions to 50 percent of 2010 levels by 2030, and a 90 percent reduction by 2050.
Not only will a new generation of drivers experience leading design and technology in their Mazda, they’ll know they’ve chosen a vehicle that’s been designed to make a substantial difference to the future.