Mazda launches its first plug-in hybrid vehicle CX-60.

The new top crossover is based on a new platform and is available in four trim levels.


An editor at eMobilCar

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(Source: ecomento.de)
(Source: ecomento.de)

The semi-electric CX-60 e-Skyactiv PHEV is Mazda's most powerful road car to date. Plug-in hybrid drive system consisting of a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with 141 kW/191 hp. and a 100 kW/136 hp electric motor develops a system power of 241 kW/327 hp. and maximum torque of 500 Nm. The traction battery has a capacity of 17.8 kWh and provides a range of 63 kilometers on pure electricity in accordance with the WLTP standard.

According to Mazda, the deep placement of the batteries in the car's design contributes to safe and confident driving. The maximum speed in purely electric mode is 140 km/h. At the 11kW AC charging station, the battery can be charged using a two-phase on-board charger with a charging power of up to 7.2kW. Fuel consumption in the WLTP combined cycle is 1.5 liters per 100 kilometers, which corresponds to CO₂ emissions of 33 g/km.

According to the manufacturer, other technical features of the CX-60 are the Mi-Drive driving mode switch with five driving modes, including a purely electric, 360° monitor with an extended viewing angle.

Standard driver assistance systems include: Emergency Brake Assist, Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection, Steering Assisted Lane Departure and Crossing Assist, Lane Change Assist with Steering Intervention, Drowsiness Detection, Traffic Sign Recognition.

The CX-60 e-Skyactiv PHEV is now available for pre-order at all dealers of the Japanese car manufacturer.

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