It seams that the 2015 Mazda 2 will be officially presented at the Geneva Motor Show that starts in only few days. We could hear that it will be represented by the Hazumi concept of which we have received teaser image.
Subcompact offering from this Japanese brand comes with only a small amount of details so we will have to wait little longer for those to be offered. What we do expect is to see this new model to come with Kodo design language that is also used for recently unveiled vehicles in the Mazda lineup like Mazda6, CX-5 and Mazda3. We, and many others, really like what Kodo design language brings and we have quite high expectations from this new small vehicle.
2015 Mazda 2 Redesign
If it will be similar with what we are getting with new Mazda 3 than we could expect really great sale results thankfully to its great looks but also the great tech that Mazda is incorporating into their latest cars. When we translate Hazumi from Japanese it means bound or spring up which describes this vehicle pretty good.
When the original Mazda 2 was delivered to the United States during the 2010 we were able to see a nice looking and friendly face but with these changes a lot will change. More aggressive and dynamically improved looks are coming and by the looks of it we think that it will be great competitor. With these improvements we expect to see driving dynamics to be further improved making this vehicle even nicer to drive.
Another quite interesting debut on the Geneva Motor Show from this car company will be the 1.5 liter Skyactiv-D diesel engine. What is interesting is that we might see this small displacement unit combined with 2015 Mazda 2. There are no reports about the possibility and if this unit will come in small Mazda2 but we certainly expect this to happen.
Skyactiv Engine For Mazda 2
When it comes to US specs model we are waiting for more details about the possibility for this small diesel unit to be delivered. We are sure that it will be able to achieve great fuel economy that would be gratefully appreciated by many drivers but also we do know that U.S. has different set of rules about diesel units so it will be more interesting for European and other markets outside the U.S.
In only few days that Geneva Motor Show is starting and we will be getting additional details about this vehicle and engine that accompanies it at this year show. Stay tuned for additional information’s that we will deliver here.