Mazda Hazumi, introduced at the Geneva Motor Show, is a concept created in vigorous design style “kodo”, as the announcement of a brand-new serial sub compacts. Although the Japanese company that is not validated, it is approximatelied that this is the next generation of Mazda 2.
Hazumi is an Eastern acceptation to “bound” or “emerge” and was preferred to communicate a photo of a energetic yet tiny animal, breaking with electricity. “Whereas with longer models such as the Shinari we make use of long and free lines of motion extending from front to support to express KODO, with Hazumi we’ve produced a kind which recommends explosive movement,” says Hazumi chief designer Ryo Yanagisawa.
Sized similarly to the present Mazda2, the research study showcases an athletic stance, with the compact cabin positioned as far to the rear as feasible moving the center of gravity near the rear wheels. The wedge formed body starts from the obvious and low nose and increases toward the rear to convey a solid feeling of forward motion. The brief overhangs and articulated fenders give emphasis the car’s strong and sports stance.
On the inside, the Hazumi has a clean dash, with the instrument panel formed like the wing of an aircraft and the center console put on hold like a bridge, improving the feeling of room and producing more space in the foot wells.
The tool collection is designed around the motorist’s facility axis and showcases a single, centrally-positioned gauge with displays spreading like wings on either side. The design of the center show, Active Driving Display, and leader control, is based upon Mazda’s Human Machine Interface (HMI) concept called the Heads-Up Cockpit.
The products used for the displays and controls integrate difficult chiseled metal with deep acrylic product, while white and black natural leather adorns the seats and the control panel, specifically.
The Mazda research is powered with 1.5-liter Skyactiv-D diesel motor mated to a six-speed automated, which gives off under 90 grams of CO2 per kilometer and satisfies Euro 6 emissions needs. Mazda Hazumi is likewise fitted with the i-ACTIVSENSE advanced security technologies based upon Mazda Proactive Safety.
New Mazda was presented at the Geneva