MAZDA Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Plans

2022 Mazda MX-30 EV Front and Rear Angles

Mazda has consistently kept pace with the evolving emissions guidelines and standards for combustion engines over the years, and it has been working toward electrification as well. Now, Mazda has taken an additional step by introducing its electrification strategy. This strategy includes significant milestones that the automaker wants to reach between 2025 and 2030.

Mazda’s exciting strategy for electrification includes the debut of its new, scalable vehicle architecture. The Skyactiv® EV Scalable Architecture platform will be suitable for use in many body sizes and styles. Given Mazda’s lofty electrification goals between now and 2030, the platform’s design will play a critical role. Specifically, Mazda plans for at least 25 percent of its vehicles to be all-electric models by 2030. It wants every vehicle in the lineup to be electrified to some level by that time. As part of Mazda’s plan to reach these goals, it will continue collaborating with Toyota.

Mazda has also announced additional electrification goals that it intends to meet by 2025. Specifically, 13 electrified models are scheduled to be released by Mazda in various markets between now and 2025. Its key markets are the U.S., Japan, China, and Europe. These 13 models include five plug-in hybrids, five hybrids, and three all-electric vehicles. While it is not yet clear how many of these models will be sold in the United States, the Mazda MX-30 EV is already on sale in California. Our Suburban Mazda of Farmington Hills team is eager to tell you more about upcoming electric, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid models. Contact us today to learn more.

* Model shown is the 2022 Mazda MX-30 EV, which is only available in California. Images are for illustration purposes only.