The current Mazda 6 is the example how Mazda has aged and developed greatly, so updated version of 2023 Mazda 6 is exciting. What we have now is the development of the 2012 production – and it’s still going on well. In the mid-size vehicle market, Mazda 6 is one of the best. But it gets more exciting as the vehicle is reported to develop a replacement in rear wheel driving system along with the inline size department. It definitely makes everyone excited. But then again, there hasn’t been any official confirmation from the company – and there is no information about the upcoming powertrain, technology, or style. So, what can you expect from the 2023 model, anyway?
The current Mazda comes with attractive hatchback that has won it many design awards and honors. It seems that the 2023 model would be inspired and based on the Vision Coupe style from 2017 model. Of course, many auto enthusiasts have been imaging that the new 2023 ride would be more elegant – with solid rear-drive measurement and proportion, four door construction, short rear deck, long hood, and also axle to dash ratio. During the transition, the ride will have bigger DLO (Daylight Opening Area) and higher roof line.
Despite all the changes, the upcoming 2023 Mazda 6 will still retain its elegance and grace. Handcrafted organic design and softer line would be implemented – which is totally on the contract to many modern designs today with its digital centric styles. On the rear side, though, the design would be inspired from Ferrari with the circular (LED) taillights, quad exhaust, and sloping roofline. Is it going to be good? Only you can answer it.
The Interior Side
While the exterior area is getting some improvement and changes, the interior isn’t different. The interior area of the Mazda 6 has always been known as one of the luxurious models on the market. With 5 people in the interior cabin, you want something luxurious, comfortable, and convenient to really have enjoyable driving experience.
There would be touchscreen interface within the dashboard, and there would be a display screen that shows all the crucial info right in front of the front passenger side. The combination of wood and Nappa leather is expected to improve comfort – and it would be even better with ambient lighting, digital instrument cluster (like the one found at Porsche Taycan), and customizable heads-up display. Some of the driver assist technologies would be standard, such as intelligent speed (sign) recognition, G-vector control, pedestrian detection, 360 degree camera, adaptive cruise (with stop and go mechanism), and lane departure assist.
The ride is claimed to come with six cylinder option and rear wheel driving system. The inline-six engines are likely Skyactiv-D diesel (and 48V mild hybrid), Skyactiv-X petrol compression ignition, and also plug-in hybrid technology. The expected output is around 350 hp of power with rear wheel auto 8 speed transmission – and all four wheel driving system would be available in certain markets. Let’s wait for further development of 2023 Mazda 6 – hopefully they are going to be more exciting.