Eco warrior: inside Mazda's first EV, and why they aren't giving up on petrol

11 November 2019

By Phil Gifford

The Mazda MX-30 is right at home in the glitter of the modernistic Tokyo motor show. Its sleek outer shell houses a 35.5kWh power plant in the form of a water-cooled lithium ion battery. Not so obvious is how the vehicle’s smooth 21st-century lines began as brush strokes on paper by Mazda’s head of design, Ikuo Maeda. Click here for full article.

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