Mazda adds an ample portion of bold to its award-winning KODO – Soul of Motion design theme today as it unveils the Mazda KOERU at the 2015 Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA). The new crossover SUV concept, which makes its global debut, was conceived to extend a new kind of value in the fast-growing and hard-fought SUV arena.
Its determined eyes, low cabin and substantial width on 21-inch wheels create a truly formidable presence with a premium level of refinement inside and out. The enriched KODO shapes deliver outstanding aerodynamics and with it high-speed stability, while Mazda’s SKYACTIV Technology includes efficient driver-oriented powertrains and suspension as well as an ingeniously rigid body and chassis that enhance handling as well as safety.
Mazda’s IAA exhibition also features the all-new Mazda MX-5 roadster complete with a range of specially developed accessories. Among these are a space age boot-lid mounted luggage carrier in a solid yet ultra-lightweight carbon construction (to be offered with a matching Moncabas suitcase) and exclusive 17-inch alloy wheels in an asymmetrical diamond-cut look.
The Japanese carmaker’s complete new-generation model line-up is of course on hand, including the all-new Mazda CX-3, which has shaken up the B-SUV segment since its European launch in June.
Mazda is holding a press conference today at stand B16 in hall 9.0 at 13:45.
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