Ever since the seemingly production-ready and rather attractive Mazda Koeru tall wagon/crossover concept dropped at last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, the question has been this: when’s Mazda gonna build it? Looks like the answer is now. Photos from the Chinese site POPSUV reveal the crossover in full, and its name apparently is CX-4 or CX-6.
Those names aren’t official from Mazda yet, and it’s not clear when this model will make its official debut—my guess is maybe the Geneva Motor Show in March. But like the rest of Mazda’s lineup, it’s a good-looking car, and a design that seems to have stuck pretty close to its concept version. That’s always nice.
And like the concept, it’s a tall-ish wagon around the size of the CX-5. Perhaps it will have Mazda’s new 2.5-liter turbo four engine with 250 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque, making it well-suited to Subaru-fighting duty.
That’s if it makes to the U.S. market, anyway. We don’t know that yet, or much else about this thing. But head on over to POPSUV to see a few more pics.
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