It is believed that to gain insight into the next generation of the Mazda RX-7, the RX-Vision concept should also inspire several vehicles in the company’s lineup in the future. The 2019 Mazda 3 will become the first model to use the sports lines of the concept and we have just created a representation of what the sedan model will look like. The new 2019 Mazda 3 will not see the day before 2018 at least, but after seeing the evolution of the company in recent years, it is not difficult to predict what the next compact will bring. As a result, we have also developed a speculative review to accompany our new rendering. Keep reading to get all the information and make sure to stay tuned for updates.
Exterior and Interior
The RX-Vision concept is without a doubt the sportiest design Mazda has created so far, but do not expect all these aggressive features to end up in the 2019 Mazda 3. As we saw in the previous rendering, we think the hatchback and the thinner headlights of the hatchback chassis will be similar. However, the grille will have an attenuated design with horizontal stripes instead of honeycomb lattice, while the headlights will not feature thin LED strips engraved in the front fenders. Below, look for large, elegant side jaws and a slim opening under the V-shaped grille. On the sides, we expect a new mudguard similar to the RX-Vision, a slightly modified roofline. new roof designs. wheels I do not see that the taillights concept are on the 2019 Mazda 3, but the rear should also have thinner lighting units to go with the sportier design. The compact could also get the black border, but most likely in its more expensive models. Apart from the style, the 2019 Mazda 3 should retain the proportions of the current generation. In any case, it will be two inches longer and about an inch longer. Although we have made the five door sedan, the fourth generation 2019 Mazda 3 will also be available in a four door sedan version.
With a redesigned exterior will also come a new interior. The clean and simple design of the current cabin will be maintained, but several features will be redesigned for a more modern look. Notable changes should include a revised center stack control, a larger information and entertainment display, probably integrated into the dashboard instead of being placed on the top, a new center console with more than storage space, a new steering wheel and a redesigned set of instruments. It is likely that the latter has larger screens on each side of the tachometer, while the steering wheel will look sportier. The redesigned front and rear seats will enhance the comfort of all passengers, as well as the improved legroom, shoulders and headroom. With the current 2019 Mazda 3 closer to the high end segment in terms of features, it is natural to assume that the new generation model will increase the bet in this department. Look for the best materials, an excellent fit and finish, more leather in the less expensive models, more aluminum details and a two tone leather coating in high end versions. Technologically, the 2019 Mazda 3 will receive the latest version of the company. Expect improved navigation, more connectivity features, and an improved audio system. Given current trends, I would not be surprised if the next 2019 Mazda 3 also had a semi autonomous dynamic.
Inspired by the 2017 Mazda Kai concept, the new 2019 Mazda 3 will be commercialized in 2019, introducing a new type of engine that could spell the end of the Mazda diesel. Mazda says the new 2019 Mazda 3’s next generation SkyActiv-X petrol engine will achieve diesel like MPG values through what it calls SCIC (Spark Controlled Compression Ignition). It sounds complicated, we know it, but in reality it’s pretty simple. The engine can be operated in two ways: the spark plugs can be used as in any conventional gasoline engine to burn fuel or the engine can tilt silently on a diesel type compression ignition (pressure consumption fuel) to improve efficiency. With this new intelligent technology, coupled with a torque of 187 hp and a torque of 230 nm, the supercharged 2.0 liter engine will be as efficient as a diesel engine, but more environmentally friendly. Two cheaper and smaller petrol and diesel engines, transferred from the outgoing model, will also be available from launch.
Price and Release Date
The new 2019 Mazda 3 is expected to be marketed in early 2019 and is expected to cost around £ 18,000, which is essentially the same as the previous model.