MAZDA Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Plans

2022 Mazda MX-30 EV Front and Rear Angles

Over the years, Mazda has stayed ahead of evolving emissions standards tied to combustion engines. At the same time, it has been innovating electrified technology for use in its latest models. Mazda has taken the bold step recently of announcing its exciting electrification strategy. It plans to release a new EV platform and reach several significant milestones established for 2025 and 2030.

To meet its established milestones, Mazda has created a scalable vehicle platform specifically designed to accommodate EVs. This platform, Skyactiv® EV Scalable Architecture, can be used with various body sizes and vehicle styles. It is an essential part of Mazda’s electrification plan, and it will be used in more than a dozen planned models between now and 2030. Mazda’s goal for 2030 is for a quarter of its vehicles to be all-electric and to have some electrified components. Mazda has been collaborating with Toyota to bring its electrification strategy online, and this collaboration will continue going forward.

Mazda has additional goals for 2025. 13 electrified models will be introduced in key markets over the next three years. This includes five hybrid vehicles, five PHEVs, and three EVs. The Mazda MX-30 EV is one of these models, and it is already available in California. Of the additional models scheduled to be released in the next few years, it is unknown which markets they will be offered. Mazda’s core markets include Europe, the U.S., China, and Japan. Do you want to know more about Mazda’s electrification plans and upcoming models? Connect with our associates at Suburban Mazda of Troy for more details.

* Model shown is the 2022 Mazda MX-30 EV, which is only available in California. Images are for illustration purposes only.