Mazda has revealed that some exciting updates are on the way for the Mazda CX-3, in the form of a technology facelift.
The popular SUV will now be equipped with Mazda’s G-Vectoring Control system, as well as having the added luxury of noise reduction and enhanced suspension, which Mazda hopes will make the ride “more relaxing and refined”.
On top of these additions, the current technology will also be improved, such as the infrared sensors on the emergency city braking system being replaced with “front facing camera to detect obstacles” for greater accuracy. Other updates include “power folding mirrors” as standard, “heated steering wheel” in the Sport Nav model and “less turbo lag” in the turbodiesel engine.
The excitement doesn’t stop there, however, as Mazda has also revealed that a new GT Sport model will be added to the range as a flagship special edition. This will boast original design features such as “Nappa leather interiors” and a “new aero kit”. The model will be highly exclusive, with just 500 models being made available.