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Mazda will be unveiling a new SUV at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The new SUV will feature Mazda's Kodo design language seen most recently on the Mazda 3 sedan and hatch. It will also feature Mazda's new Skyactiv-X engine technology, a gasoline engine that can run without using its spark-plugs under certain driving situations to increase fuel efficiency. 

The 2019 Geneva International Motor Show runs from March 5th to March 17th.

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Well, they have the CX3, CX5 and CX9 now.  So somewhere in there..there are a few open naming slots if it's a new model.  Or is it a preview of the next generation of one of the existing models? 

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5 minutes ago, Robert Hall said:

China currently has a CX-4, which I assume is unrelated. 

Maybe they're bringing it global, or they're going the CX6 route and doing a crossover coupe version of the CX5.  That would make @smk4565 happy

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1 hour ago, Drew Dowdell said:

Maybe they're bringing it global, or they're going the CX6 route and doing a crossover coupe version of the CX5.  That would make @smk4565 happy

Only if they make a CX-10 Grand Crossover coupe with 3 rows of seats, RX-8 style suicide doors and luxurious appointments.  😉

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