We deliver you the update news from the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. Only a few days after some rumours began spreading the word about the origins future of Mazda CX-5, one the Japanese car maunfacturers decided to reveal the 2011 Mazda Minagi Concept for the North America and the concept is intended to be the model of future Mazda CX-5.
The 2011 Mazda Minagi Concept previews a production version model that will be the embodiment of the Japanese new “KODO” design theme, one that Mazda claimes to become the forerunner to the launch of Mazda‘s upcoming next-generation products and symbolize the evolution of the Mazda brand for a new era. If you still confuse what “KODO” means, Mazda said it is Soul of Motion design language which Minagi Concept challenges conventions with emotional design and exhilarating performance. The exhilarating performance here refers to the SkyActive technologies.
Masashi Nakayama, the Chief Designer of Mazda Minagi Concept explains about the Minagi Concept, “The 2011 Mazda MInagi is a stylis expression of pentup energy. In Japanese, its name conjures up the image of an object pulsating with energy and perfectly
reflects the vehicle’s speed, agility and spirited character.”
The 2011 Mazda Minagi Concept is a unique compact crossover SUV for urban explorers fuses emotional design which conveys a libvely ability to quickly leap into actions and head in any direction with the driving pleasure and outstanding environmental and safety performance of SkyActive techonologies.
The ordinary SUV’s cargo bay often resembles a vehicle wearing a backpack, but Minagi Concept presents an image of a muscular entity that cleanly incorporates spaciousness within well-toned lines. The placement of the A-pillar rearward emphasizes the rearward orientation of the cabin.
Now, what do you think about the front view of the 2011 Mazda Minagi Concept? We think that the chromed signature wing on the front fascia makes the car immediately recognizable as a Mazda and creates a strong impression. We will take you to look at the interior. Mazda’s interior is designed to be a driver-focused cockpit and cabin environment that expresses a reassuringly high level of strength and solidity.
If you worry about the interior material selction, do not worry, Mazda employs a high quality materials aling with superior fit and finish of detailed hand craftmanship. So if you owning the 2011 Mazda Minagi Concept, you will have a stylish crossover SUV that will give unforgettable driving experience.