Mazda EV Models
Mazda Motor Corporation has announced the release of a new roadmap laying out their future lineup of electric cars and SUVs. Before the release of the roadmap, Mazda had set a target to make battery-electric vehicles account for 25% of its total global sales by 2030. In addition, it planned to offer at least some level of electrification on all models as well. It appears that the company will gradually step away from internal combustion engines and release five hybrid vehicles, five plug-in hybrid versions, and three battery-electric models. In the meantime, learn more about Mazda’s first fully-electric flagship model—the 2022 Mazda MX-30 EV.
Mazda MX-30 EV
The MX-30 EV is available in three trim levels that include the Base, MX-30 EV, and Premium Plus Android and Auto Apple CarPlay. The MX30 gets its power from a single 143-hp electric motor with front-wheel drive that gets it from zero to 60 mph in under nine seconds.
MX-30 crossover standard safety features include automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. Additional features for safety and driver assistance include blind spot monitoring and cross-traffic alert.
The design of the Mazda MX-30 EV includes eco-friendly cabin is constructed from sustainable materials such as cork while the fabric used in the upholstery utilizes recycled plastic bottles. In addition, the front seats offer plenty of space and offer climate control options such as heated seats and a power sunroof for warm weather.
Premium Plus Package
The Premium Plus Package includes a Bose® 12-speaker premium audio system with Centerpoint® 2 and AudioPilot® and SiriusXM® Satellite Radio with a 3-month trial subscription.
Plus there’s the Black Leatherette with Vintage Brown Trim and driver assist features of 360-degree View Monitor, Front Cross Traffic Alert, and Front Parking Sensors. Also included is Homelink which enables you to open and close the garage and front gate but also turn off your home security system.
Federal Tax Credits for New EVs
Other than the improved fuel economy, the biggest benefit of driving an EV model is the tax credits available from the federal government. That credit could be as much as $7,500 when you purchase an all-electric vehicle or a hybrid. That credit more than covers the destination charge. We hope to see many more charging stations to accommodate them and now that Mazda has partnered with the ChargePoint charging network that could happen soon. With that charge comes an EPA estimated driving from of 100 miles.
Visit Mazda of Orland Park Today!
At Mazda of Orland Park, we are excited about our automotive brand’s electrified future. Stay tuned for all the latests EV announcements and news here. To learn more about Mazda’s upcoming electric lineup or the MX-30 EV, contact us or visit our dealership today!
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