Mazda announced that they will lift the veil off their new CX-9 seven-seat crossover at the Los Angeles Motor Show.
The released teaser drawing shows that the new Mazda CX-9 is heavily inspired by the Koeru concept, previously shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show, a prototype that received positive feedback both from the audience and critics about its design.
Mazda says the new CX-9 will incorporate all the latest SKYACTIV technologies as well as feature the latest iteration of their KODO design language. It’s no secret that the company wants to push into more premium territory with its latest line-up but without sacrificing practicality on the way.
That means that the new SUV will have the ability to accommodate up to seven passengers in three rows of seats. Mazda didn’t share any info yet on the available powertrains or whether the CX-9 will reach Europe eventually.
The new Mazda CX-9 will debut at the Los Angeles Motor Show on November 20.