Mazda has confirmed the all-new 2019 Mazda3 range will make their global debut at the Los Angeles Motor Show which opens its doors on 30 November.
Unlike its main rival, the Toyota Corolla, Mazda will simultaneously unveil both the Mazda3 sedan and hatch to the world, which it says mark the beginning of a whole new generation of Mazda cars that will deliver new dimensions of driving pleasure to customers around the world.
According to the Japanese carmaker, the new 3’s fundamental performance attributes have been raised to a new level, thanks to its all-new, next-generation Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture, which is said to be stronger and provide a better ride quality.
The new model will also feature the latest Skyactiv engines that promise to be more responsive in any driving situation.
While Mazda hasn’t released any details at this stage, one of the engines will be the SkyActiv-X petrol engine featuring Spark Controlled Compression Ignition. The 2.0-litre mill is expected to produce around 140kW of power and 230Nm of torque.
On the styling front, the all-new Mazda3 is set to adopt a more mature interpretation of the brand’s Kodo design that embodies the essence of Japanese aesthetics.
From the teaser photo, we can see the new hatch draws heavily from last year’s Kai Concept, which carries a more emotional design, while the sedan appears to go for a more evolutionary styling.
Stay tuned for the full reveal later this month.