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Mazda is jumping into the EV market with their first-ever all-electric vehicle, the MX-30. The crossover brings a sportier look with a coupe-like design, a contrast roof, and center-pillar-less Freestyle doors that make it easier for entry and exit as well as unloading and loading cargo. The interior takes an eco-friendly approach with materials such as cork and recycled plastic bottles that are used to minimize environmental impact. As for performance, the company has developed a new e-Skyactiv electric-drive system with features such as e-GVC Plus to improve handling and fast charging support. Range and performance have yet to be detailed though you'll probably be hearing more on that soon. And no confirmation has been made on whether or not it'll be sold in the US.

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