The model range of Mazda electric vehicles is minimal, and in the global market, only the Mazda MX-30 EV is sold, which is the brand’s first mass-produced electric car.
In addition, there is a zero-emission crossover for the Chinese market, the Mazda CX-30, developed in collaboration with a joint venture between Mazda and Changan.
Three new Mazda EV all-electric models and five PHEV plug-in hybrids will only be introduced by 2025.
At the same time, Mazda aims to achieve carbon-neutral production worldwide no later than 2035.
In addition, Mazda intends to switch entirely to renewable energy sources and the introduction of carbon-neutral fuels for domestic transport by 2050.
According to the brand’s press office, Mazda is currently focusing on the energy balance during the production of cars, which emit a large amount of CO2.
The company will introduce lower energy manufacturing processes, including low temperature curing inks, and improve energy conversion efficiency by optimizing processing technologies.