Mazda Launches CX-60 SUV With A Plug-In Hybrid, As California Endorses The Concept

Mazda of Japan led the European launch of its new CX-60 SUV with the plug-in hybrid version. This will surprise those who view this technology as already approaching obsolescence but a recent decision by the usually radical Californian carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions regulators will have given new life to PHEVs.

Mazda’s new CX-60 models mark the start of a move up-market into the highly-profitable territory long dominated by BMW, Audi, Mercedes and Porsche. A bigger SUV will follow in Europe with the CX-80. These models will be available with either gasoline, diesel, mild hybrid, hybrid or plug-in hybrid electric power. By 2030, 25% of Mazda’s global product

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