/Rendering: Next-Generation Mazda2

Rendering: Next-Generation Mazda2

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Mazda does not have an overcrowded range. In fact, not counting the SUVs and minivans, they only make four cars that are available in the global market: the MX-5, the 2, the 3, and the 6. So it’s not often that we see a new model coming out of Hiroshima. Which is why the internet decided not to wait and came up with its own new Mazda.

This is a speculative rendering of the next-generation Mazda2, called Demio in Japan, which a nice and cuddly supermini. The designer of this imaginary Mazda2 has scaled down the KODO design language – Mazda’s award-wining design language that created the current 6 and 3 models – and applied it to the profile of the existing Mazda2. That is just as well, because as we’ve seen with the 6 and 3, KODO cars tend to share their styling cues. They look very similar. You’d be forgiven to mistaking the new Mazda3 for a 6, and vice versa.

The highlights of the new design include a big and imposing grille, which is what gives Mazda their corporate look, and unique headlights that have a strong Japanese flavor about them. There is no rendering of the rear-end available, but presumably, the taillights and the rear bumper will also be different than the current Mazda 2.

Rendering by Theophilus chin 

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