In June, Mazda began accepting orders for the new premium crossover CX-60 in Japan, and by the end of the month, the first styling kit was already offered for the model – it was developed by the local AutoExe atelier. For a sports body kit, which, among other things, includes a spoiler and a rear diffuser, they ask from 33 thousand to 90 thousand yen. The crossover itself costs from three to 6.26 million yen.
According to the description on the AutoExe website, the set of external improvements has the index KH-07. It is planned to install a splitter, a modified rear bumper, a diffuser, and a spoiler on the fifth door — all these elements can be painted either in glossy black or silver enamel. At the same time, the twin exhaust pipes and black plastic linings on the body are borrowed from the official Mazda accessories catalog.
In Europe, the CX-60 is presented with an alternative hybrid installation e-Skyactiv PHEV, which has a capacity of 327 horsepower, and in its native Japan, the crossover is also available with an “atmospheric” 2.5 and a new Skyactiv-D turbodiesel with a volume of 3.3 liters.
The CX-60 belongs to the same class as the Mercedes-Benz GLC, but Mazda does not name German crossovers among its competitors, but Lexus models.