The new Mazda CX-5 may have only debuted four weeks ago, but the Japanese company hasn’t wasted any time in making it even more head-turning.
The CX-5 Custom Style has been created for next month’s Tokyo Auto Salon 2017 and, while it isn’t known if it will reach the production line, it is easy to differentiate from the base model.
At the front, the most obvious addition is a subtle lip affixed to the bumper, giving the sleek SUV a sportier look. Additionally, Mazda has tweaked the wing mirrors, installed new side skirts, a rear bumper lip and fitted a set of bespoke 20-inch wheels with 245/45R20 tires.
The CX-5 Custom Style also benefits from height adjustable suspension, black brake calipers, aluminum pedals, illuminated scuff plates and new floor mats.
Premiering alongside this CX-5 will be the CX-3 Custom Style. It, too, benefits from some visual tweaks, most notably black brake calipers, front, side and rear skirts and the same interior trimmings as its larger sibling.