An electric Mazda MX-5 Miata was possibly teased in the company’s Mid-Term Management Plan, which outlines their policies up to 2030. They set out to implement a three-phase approach through 2030 and will flexibly address electrification, with the first making use of their technology assets to achieve a reduction in our environmental footprint as well as produce attractive products.
The second phase has Mazda introducing a new hybrid system and, in China where electrification is advancing, debut EV-dedicated vehicles as well as launch battery EV vehicles globally. Unfortunately, there is no official confirmation of a next-generation Miata, nor an electric equivalent, but this short teaser does give us some hope.
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In the third phase, we will promote the full-fledged launch of battery EVs and consider investing in battery production. We estimate Mazda’s EV ratio in global sales to rise to a range between 25 percent and 40 percent as of 2030,” said the company.