According to recent report, Mazda has raised the number of pure electric vehicle that will be produced from 5% to 25%
According to Nikkei Asia, Mazda recently announced that in 2030, the proportion of pure electric vehicles (EV) will increase to about 25%.

Global Trends learned that Mazda announced in 2018 that all cars will be electrified by 2030, of which 5% will be pure electric vehicles.

In May 2020, Mazda’s first pure electric vehicle, the MX-30, began production. The car uses Mazda’s new electric drive technology e-Skyactiv1, a front-wheel drive system and a 107kW (145PS) AC synchronous motor, and is equipped with 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery.

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