2020 Mazda 2 - INTERIOR
Featuring a new, more sophisticated design, new Skyactiv-Technologies and enhanced i-Activsense safety features, an upgraded version of the company's popular B-segment hatchback, the Mazda2, will go on sale throughout Europe in early 2020.
The Mazda2 drive range is also perfectly tailored to the requirements of the small car segment. A high-compression 1.5-liter Skyactiv-G four-cylinder petrol engine, which is available in two output levels with 55 kW / 75 PS and 66 kW / 90 PS, ensures lively propulsion. The power transmission as standard now takes place exclusively via a manual transmission with six gears. The Skyactiv-Drive six-speed automatic is optionally available for the 66 kW / 90 PS version. Both engines (with manual transmission) receive the Mazda M Hybrid Mild Hybrid System from the factory, consisting of a belt-driven 22.5 volt starter / generator and a capacitor as a power store. The mild hybrid system contributes significantly to a significant reduction in fuel consumption compared to the previous Mazda2 and also ensures extremely fast and quiet engine starting and improved driveability.
The combined fuel consumption (according to NEDC) of the Mazda2 2020 in the versions with manual transmission in both power levels is a low 4.1 liters of premium petrol per 100 km, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of only 94 g / km. This results in a consumption reduction of over 16 percent compared to the previous Mazda2 with a comparable engine. The 66 kW / 90 PS variant with six-speed automatic consumes 5.2 liters per 100 km according to NEDC, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 118 g / km. All engines already meet the Euro 6d emissions standard, which will only be binding from 2021.
For the first time in the Mazda2, the Matrix LED lighting system (ALH) is available with the 2020 model year. The LEDs in the headlights were divided into 20 blocks in order to control the distribution and range of the light beams even more precisely. The City Emergency Brake Assist (SCBS) with pedestrian detection now also works at night and recognizes vehicles up to a speed of 80 km / h (previously 30 km / h). A lane departure warning system (LAS), a traffic sign recognition system (TSR), the City Emergency Brake Assistant Plus with automatic brake intervention when reversing and the 360 ° monitor with parking sensors at the front are also available as options.
The latest developments in Mazda's Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture have also been applied to enhance the Jinba Ittai driving experience. A new front seat design offers ideal occupant posture to minimise fatigue, enhance the feeling of connection with the car and make driving easier and more comfortable.
The suspension systems have been revised to realise smoother vehicle movements for a more comfortable ride, and G-Vectoring Control Plus (GVC Plus) has been adopted to make vehicle handling more stable and safer.
The Mazda M Hybrid system combines electric motor assistance with recovered energy recycling to both boost engine torque and improve fuel efficiency whilst offering a smoother driving experience.
Offering superior styling, finish quality and ergonomics, the updated Mazda2 combines fuel economy comparable to a hybrid car with true Jinba Ittai performance and handling.
On board, materials and colour schemes have been carefully chosen to create a high quality, harmonious cabin environment. In-cabin quietness has reached new levels - Mazda's research into NVH resulting in a new approach to the control of sounds entering the cabin to provide a 'higher-quality' quietness for all occupants.
Comfort and convenience on board has been improved through the availability of a heated steering wheel, an auto-dimming rear view mirror, and the support for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto by the Mazda Connect infotainment system.
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