In Norway, photographed the first electric car from MazdaAugust 20, 2019
Electrification as the most effective virus has captured most automakers around the world. Already, the Japanese brand has switched to active road testing of its first electric car, the prototype of which was photographed in Norway.
Mazda has decided to keep up with the trends and is developing its own electric car amid the popularization of electrified road transport. Since the road prototype is already openly tested on the streets of Norway, the first-born debut from the Japanese brand should take place very soon. Moreover, this summer Mazda Executive Director Akira Marumoto confirmed that the first electric car will be launched in 2020.
At the moment, the electric car is being tested in a modified body similar to the Mazda CX-5 crossover. The characteristic sound of the work (according to the author of the photos), as well as the lack of an exhaust system, speaks about its electric filling. Unfortunately, now there are no details about the future electric car.
We also know that Mazda has high hopes for hydrogen cars, considering them more promising. Therefore, it is slightly behind competitors in terms of electrification.
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