2022 Mazda MX-30 EV, 1st. look on the road around Irvine, California

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The all-new 2022 Mazda MX-30 EV is the first step toward the brand’s commitment to electrification. Initially launching in California dealerships this fall, the battery-electric MX-30 doesn’t compromise on Mazda’s core values of developing vehicles focused around the driver.

The unmistakable Kodo exterior design and crafted interior allow MX-30 to stand within the Mazda family, while standing out from other EVs. Once on the road, the driver and occupants will be treated to a familiar natural driving experience that Mazda prides itself on with all its vehicles.

The modern styling builds intrigue, the engaging driving dynamics add enjoyment, and Mazda’s latest features bring everything together to help create an emotional bond with the electric crossover.

The MX-30 can easily be the ideal companion for daily commuting with an EPA estimated range of 100 miles on a full charge. Designed to meet the needs of most urban residents, MX-30 is equipped with a 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery that helps maintain its superb driving dynamics and allow for a lower environmental impact.

Whether on the road or at home, charging will easily fit into owners’ daily lives. Mazda has partnered with ChargePoint, one of the world’s largest charging networks to give MX-30 owners a $500 charging credit that can be used for public charging or toward the purchase of an in-home ChargePoint Level 2 charger.

For those occasions when owners are feeling inspired to go on an extended trip, Mazda is launching a program exclusively for MX-30 owners called, Mazda MX-30 Elite Access Loaner Program.

MX-30 owners will have access to experience other vehicles in the Mazda family for up to 10 days per year for the first three years of ownership.

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Javier Mota es un periodista digital especializado en la industria automotriz con experiencia en todos los medios; prensa escrita, televisión, radio e internet. Ha compartido sus conocimientos en programas nacionales de televisión y radio como Sirius XM Radio, Univision, NBC Telemundo y CNN en Español. Además, es el co-prersentador del podcast Total Car Score. Fue el primer periodista hispano elegido al Jurado del North American Car and Truck of the Year Awards. También es miembro del Jurado del World Car of the Year Award.