Mazda's latest press release mentions Skyactiv engines, but there's no word yet on whether the revolutionary new Skyactiv-X petrol engine will be offered.
The latest carmaker to announce a premiere at the Los Angeles Convention Center is Mazda, which on Thursday revealed the new generation Mazda3 will be on the floor of the event.
With this technology Mazda has promises the performance of a 2.5L engine but with the fuel economy of a 1.5L unit.
The debut of the new Mazda3 will mark the beginning of a renewal for the brand's entire fleet.
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It will also feature the car's SKYACTIV-Vehicle Architecture and will be available with a choice of SKYACTIV engines.
A teaser photo accompanying the announcement suggests Mazda will reveal both the sedan and hatchback variants at the LA show, with a debut presumably scheduled for November 28. In the prototypes, Mazda's engineers had to add special foam in the engine bay to silence the four-cylinder mill in the same vein as premium European automakers strive to make their diesel engines quiet.
The manager of Mazda named Dave Coleman from vehicle dynamics engineering admitted that the noise, harshness, and vibration.
We assume the reference to the new SKYACTIV engines means Mazda finally has their SKYACTIV-X engine ready for a production auto, and if that is the case it could be a bit of a game-changer for petrol engines.