Mazda planning CX-5 crossover
Some of the unique features that are expected to be implemented in the CX-5 include a split-opening tailgate and removable targa-style roof panels. Inside, there’ll be seating available for four passengers who can access the cabin via suicide style rear doors as seen on the Mazda RX-8.
The CX-5 is expected to feature a partial AWD system, with drive being sent to the front wheels in most situations with the rears kicking in during loss of traction. The magazine suggests that we should see the new crossover by the end of the decade with pricing around the £18,000 mark.