Mazda is unveiling a new all-wheel-drive Mazda3 sedan and crossover that will be available in the U.S. and Europe in late 2018.
The car is the first Mazda to offer all-electro and electric capabilities, which is unique for the company.
The all-new Mazda3 comes with a 5.0-liter inline-six engine that will produce 400 horsepower and 462 lb-ft of torque.
It’s the same engine as the one in the all-road version of the Mazda3, which gets 456 hp and 429 lb-foot of torque from a 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine.
Mazda says the all electric Mazda3 will offer up to 70 mpg city and 55 mpg highway.
The all-wheeled version will get even more.
The crossover will get all-day driving, and the all wheels are also a welcome upgrade.
Mazda says the new crossover is a three-door hatchback that can accommodate two adults, four children, and six adults and six children in the front seats.
The hatchback has a top speed of 160 mph and an EPA-estimated range of 275 miles.
The new crossover comes with three different models: the all wheel drive Mazda3 Sedan, the all power Mazda3 Coupe and the crossover’s all-terrain version.
The SUV model has a base price of $36,990.
The crossover has the option of a 4.5-liter V6 engine that produces 425 horsepower and 675 lb-feet of torque, while the allwheel drive Mazda4 Sedan will cost $39,995.
The base price for the SUV version is $41,990, while $40,990 is the base price and $42,990 for the all vehicle version.
The all wheel-drive version of Mazda’s new crossover will come with a new driver seat that is wider, more comfortable and more spacious than the standard Mazda2s.
It also comes with six-way power windows, a rearview camera and Bluetooth connectivity.