Mazda have released full details of their new 3, which made its first appearance at the Bologna Motor Show. The new car was unveiled five years after the first Mazda 3, and its designers say they wanted to create a car that looks more ‘expressive’. As a result, the car has a new front end with a 5-point grille, intakes at the front corners and the sculpted shape of the bonnet intended to give it a more powerful look.
The interior, incorporating a new multi-information display and more supportive seats, has also been redesigned to make it easier to use and to look more dynamic, while the engineers worked hard to improve the car’s refinement and handling.
Bi-Xenon headlamps, Adaptive Front Lighting System, Emergency Stop Signal, Parking sensors and Rear Vehicle Monitoring Systems will be among the options.