Mazda Hazumi Concept is official and was unveiled earlier today at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. We’ve seen the car in several concept and we already know that it previews the next-generation Mazda2.
Just like the Mazda3 and Mazda6, the new Hazumi Concept features stylish headlamps and front grille that are positioned as low to the ground as possible. As a result, the concept car features an aggressive look, which is dominated by the LED guiding rings. Walking to the side of the car we can see the athletic silhouette of a sportscar.
The rear end shows LED taillights, while the athletic silhouette of a sportscar. Moreover, the rear end comes with a two-pipe central exhaust system.
The exterior design is completed by the large diameter alloy wheels. Inside, we find the same dynamic sense of speed found on the Shinari, Minagi and Takeri concept cars. Under the hood, we find the new 1.5-liter Skyactiv-D diesel engine that was designed to achieve ultra-efficient internal combustion just like the bigger Skyactiv-D 2.2-litre.
According to Mazda, the new engine emits only 90 g/km of CO2. Morevoer, the Mazda Hazumi Concept features features i-ACTIVSENSE advanced safety technologies based on Mazda Proactive Safety. Mazda addresses the needs of younger drivers – or anyone who wants to stay connected at all times – with MZD Connect, a new connectivity system first introduced with the all-new Mazda3.