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Mazda Hazumi concept shows future direction for Mazda2

Mazda has revealed its Hazumi concept car at the Geneva Motor Show, which is likely to form the basis for the next Mazda2.

The company said the 5-door concept focuses on four areas - the use of Kodo design language, Skyactiv engine technology, safety systems, and in-car connectivity.

The display model also sees the introduction of a new 1.5 diesel engine, which Mazda claims will see emissions below 90g/km, and is also likely to be added to the Mazda3 line-up.

The model will use the MZD Connect infotainment system launched on the Mazda3, which includes bluetooth, entertainment and nav functions, with the head-up display also being carried over from the larger car.



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