Mazda is releasing their new plug-in hybrid in the form of the 2024 CX-90. And it’s going to be amazing! It will be great to have the three-row SUV come through and fill in that hole that has long been lacking from the SUV EV space. The car manufacturer has been confirming for the longest time how they were going to offer up a PHEV option in addition to the previously-announced inline-six engine version. All while it’s shown throughthe crossover’s rear end, with the e-Skyactiv PHEV badge, complete with blue accents.
There’s high expectations that the plug-in-hybrid model that will use a setup much like the European CX-60 whihch is exactly what was driven early last year. The SUV had been driving upon the exact same longitudinal platform as the real CX-90. All while it was equipped with a 2.5-liter inline-four gasoline, internal combustion engine as well as an electric motor that can create even more torque with 323 horsepower and 369 pound-feet to drive across the asphalt.
As is currently evidenced, the style of the CX-90 shows many improvements are being made on the vehicle.
All while providing the type of power that can be found in a 17.8-kWh lithium-ion battery pack with supposedly an electric-only range of 35 miles. Though Mazda often likes to hint at the United States using different specifications. The CX-90 has new style that can fall in line with the current SUV lineup, though the taillight shape tends to have more form in an angular and modern design!
The interior itself had been luxurious, while the CX-90 was a part of the continued push up market with Mazda. Also, there had been longitudinal platform changes that will allow the new model to compete with premium-brand SUVs, all while there had been a PHEV variant to rival hybrid SUVs, like with the VMW, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Volvo. Many, many more details are likely to be revealed about the CX-90 when it makes it’s debut in January 2023.