The CX-60 is set to be Mazda's new flagship model and will join the likes of the CX-30, the 2022 CX-5 and the fully electric MX-30 in the SUV range. Here is what you should know about the new model.
The CX-60 is Mazda’s first plug in hybrid, equipped with a 17.8kWh battery, it offers a combined output of 327 horsepower and can reach a maximum speed of up to 124mph in Hybrid mode. When you plug in the Mazda CX-60, you can enjoy emissions-free driving that can cover most of your daily needs. The charging is fast and easy, and if you ever need to make a long-distance trip, the petrol engine always has you covered.
The CX-60 comes in 3 different trim levels, fit to suit your lifestyle. The Exclusive Line, starting from £43,950, comes with a wide range of standard features. The exterior has hands-free power liftgate, 18” alloy wheels and LED headlights. Inside, a 12.3” Colour entertainment display with Mazda Connect Infotainment system and for added comfort, a heated steering wheel, black leather seats and heated front seats. The Homura spec, starting from £46,700, offers 20” black metallic alloy wheels and black exterior accents for a sportier appearance. Inside, front seat ventilation, electric steering wheel adjustment, heated outer rear seats, ambient lighting, and the new Mazda Personalisation System. The Takumi spec boasts a unique Japanese design experience, featuring White Nappa leather, chrome exterior and interior detailing and starting from £48,050. Homura and Takumi models can be further enhanced bythe choice of a Panoramic Sunroof – an option unique to the CX-60.
This new system is set to use facial recognition to recognise the driver and automatically adjust the surroundings – seat position, steering wheel, mirrors, heads-up display, even the sound and climate control settings – to fit their physique as well as personal preferences.
To further enhance your driving experience, the CX-60 offers 2 optional packs across all grades – Convenience Pack and Driver AssistancePack - and 1 only available for the Exclusive Line model – the Comfort Pack.
The highlights of the Convenience Pack include wireless charging, rear privacy glass and a 360-view monitor. The Driver Assistance Pack boasts features such as Adaptive LED Headlights, Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA), Rear Cross Traffic Brake (RCTB) and i-Adaptive Cruise Control. Some of the features for the Exclusive Line’s Comfort Pack includes electric driver and passenger seats, front seat ventilation, rear heated outer seats, and the Mazda Driver Personalisation System.
Safety is prioritised with a range of advanced i-Activsense driver assistance systems such as Hill Descent Control (HDC) for safe descent of slopes with slippery or rough road surfaces. See-Through View – a next-generation 360-degree monitor with an extended field of view at low speeds – is available in the optional Convenience Pack, while Adaptive Cruise Control (i-ACC), which can now incorporate speed limits from Traffic Sign Recognition, is offered in the Driver Assistance Pack.