RWD Mazda6 with six cylinder inline engine will debuts in H1 2022
According to the rumors the Australian automaker’s sedan might be rear-wheel-drive.
But, the rumors and expectations are still providing much hope to the 2022 Mazda , according to the recent report from Spyder7 telling that “we’ll finally see the long-fabled model debut sometime in the first half of 2022” !
As per the new report it is much like the rumors we’ve heard already.
Many rumors over the years have stated that Mazda will arrive in 2022 as a RWD Mazda sedan with new inline-six engines.
Mazda revealed the new engine alongside other powertrains in late 2020.
That’s True the Mazda series is moving away from cheap front-wheel drive and encouraging a brilliant sportier future.
The new Mazda6 will arrive in an entirely new design.
According to the Spyder7 report : The car’s look will be inspired from Mazda’s 2017 Vision Coupe Concept, which was a two-door car with a long hood and sleek shape.
Mazda6 might consist of a new grille design and its going to the brands future styling trend also consist of an H-shaped diffuser.
The Mazda6 should offer five seats, this is certainly unlike the concept.
Mazda’s powertrain consists of a 3.0-liter inline-six diesel engine combined to a 48-volt mild-hybrid system.
The gasoline inline-six is also anticipated to be a hybrid.
Spyder7 reports that the Mazda6 will also get a plug-in hybrid and an EV variant later in the future.
It’s uncertain whether the new rear-wheel-drive Mazda6 will be available in the US as Mazda revealed earlier this year that the sedan and the CX-3 would no longer be available in the US market.
Mazda Australia managing director Vinesh Bhindi told local media in January 2021: “We have publicly stated that Mazda is pursuing into the premium territory – not luxury, premium.
“And we believe as the brand grows, as the portfolio grows, as the next generation arrives, we potentially will be offering things that are above what we do currently.
“But at the same time, we will offer mainstream value propositions to private buyers. So, we are expanding the business, as opposed to just moving.”