A white Mazda MX-30 electric SUV at the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo on October 25, 2019.
Hybrids & Electrics

The Mazda MX-30’s Doors Might Be the Most Unique Thing About It

Ever since the DeLorean burst onto the scene with its super-rad gull-wing doors, unique car doors have enthralled enthusiasts. Some Lamborghini models sport cool scissor doors (but be careful not to get locked inside). And the Mazda MX-30, the automaker’s first electric vehicle, follows this trend with rear-hinged doors. Frankly, we think they’re even cooler …

Mazda MX-30 on display at the 2019 Tokyo auto show
Hybrids & Electrics

The Mazda MX-30 Is Bringing Back a Classic Engine

Auto enthusiasts have been impatiently waiting for the return of the ever-popular rotary engine. Mazda unexpectedly announced that it will soon be bringing it back in the all-new MX-30 electric crossover. Mazda’s CEO confirmed that the classic engine will operate as a fuel-fed generator to increase the driving range of the MX-30. Not yet available in the …

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Hybrids & Electrics

Is More Range Really Better for Electric Trucks?

Although range anxiety is dying down, when it comes to electric trucks, a big battery pack is still important. Especially when towing gets involved. However, not every manufacturer subscribes to the idea. Porsche’s Taycan, for example, can only do about 200 miles on a charge, Road & Track reported. And Mazda purposefully gave its upcoming …