Put your seatbelts on and sit back while Mazda comes up with a new prototype! The new rear-wheel-drive platform is scheduled to enter production in 2022, and the crossover titled CX-50 will roll out the Large Architecture. This mysterious vehicle might even take luxury up a notch.

The enigmatic next-generation CX-50 is rumoured to be a Mazda CX 5 successor. This brand-new model is possibly getting ready to pump its brakes for release within a year or two, but the audience still anticipates further details about the creation. Here’s what we know so far.

Basics About the Potential Beauty

According to Sypder7, the “scoop site,” a Japanese news platform is known for leaking insider information about the automotive industry, claims that it will be the fastest model to be announced in 2021 or early 2022. They also shared that the new Mazda has registered the name CX-50 at the European Patent Office.

A Revamped Mazda CX-5

Although Mazda hasn’t officially confirmed this, speculators predict that the CX-50 will be a CX-5 replacement. CX-5 may get revamped to turn into a luxury vehicle, and the CX-50 will be a coupe-style sibling.

This to-be next-generation Mazda CX-5 may see changes in design. The name is potentially being changed to CX-50 due to the upgrade in size but will possess a lower roofline and more stylish design. It will be one of the latest versions offered within the selection of Mazda cars in the next year.

When Can We See it?

Mazda has kept the news about the CX-50 quite lowkey, so there is no definite time for the launch yet. Until Mazda announces official information, some predicted dates for the release have been floating around. Details about the new vehicle will presumably get unveiled in November 2021 at the LA Auto Show. It will most likely go into production in 2022, and according to Best Car, the expected release date is April 2023.

All About the Details

According to information attained by Autoblog, the new crossover will have a front overhang and a long hood. The CX-50 om rear-wheel-drive will allow Mazda to install its new straight six-engine that will work with 48-volt mild-hybrid technology. Both gasoline and diesel-powered models might be offered at 3.0 and 3.3 litres.

Who’s the Competition?

Some predictions have revealed that the new SUV will attempt to compete with BMW X3 and Mercedes-Benz GLC by upgrading the vehicle’s interior and exterior. They are aiming to produce a luxury car that can compare with the German models.

If the rumour is accurate, the CX-50 may see a significant power bump and an upgraded infotainment system. Mazda may also create a fastback variant called a coupe to match the standard crossover body style.

The Waiting Game

Now that we know more about this highly anticipated, mysterious vehicle, it’s time to sit back and wait for the big reveal! This vehicle could be a gamechanger based on the information exposed so far. With Mazda’s move upmarket, the new rumoured CX-50 may offer cutting-edge technology that could take us on a wild ride.