This time Mazda reveals details from the inside of its large SUV, the construction of which is inspired by the Kaicho philosophy.
The new Mazda CX-60 is made in Japan. Its design is signed by Mazda, which claims that it was inspired by Japanese philosophy.
The beautiful and dynamic style of the brand new Mazda CX-60 PHEV is the latest evolution of the Kodo design philosophy, which gives life to Mazda cars. Now, it comes in combination with in the Japanese sense of “Ma”, which represents the calm and remarkable beauty of the empty space, through the durability of the impressive new SUV, with front engine and rear-wheel drive.
With the uniqueness of Mazda and inspired by Japanese philosophy, Designers have created an elegant, high-quality interior that combines traditional methods and new technologies.
The CX-60 introduces for the first time the ideas of Kaicho, of harmony resulting from the blending of different materials and textures, such as maple wood, Napa leather, Japanese fabrics and chrome details, but also Musubu, the only Japanese way of tying fabrics, which was also the inspiration for the sewing of the instrument panel.
The brand new interior of the Mazda CX-60 will be a whole new experience for drivers and passengers. It is officially presented in a few days and specifically on March 8.
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