A report is going around that claims Mazda is set to unveil its first EV at the Tokyo Motor Show. The report has been confirmed by Mazda and Mazda has prototypes with the powertrain underneath ready for test drives.
The prototypes use CX-30 crossover sheet metal, but the car that is shown off in Tokyo will be brand new. For now, the automaker is offering no details on what shape the vehicle will take.
The EV drivetrain will use a 35.5 kWh battery in the prototypes. The drivetrain will have 105 kW of power and 195 pound-feet of torque. The EV will be introduced next year for purchase. The EV will be offered in fully electric and with a range extender.