The 2024 Mazda CX-90 will make it’s debut in January 2023, Mazda stated while showcasing it’s new three-row SUV. This will be the first Mazda vehicle offered for sale in the United States and will be powered by the brand’s new inline-six engine and longitudinal-engine architecture. It will eventually take the place of the CX-9 as Mazda’s largest and most expensive vehicle.
The front fender of the CX-90 is depicted, along with a “Inline-6” insignia and a vent. It has a brand-new paint job called Artisan Red, which Mazda claims will only be used on these new “large platform” cars. These cars will likely cost more because we anticipate them to be more expensive than the present Mazda portfolio.
Additionally, a two-row CX-70 crossover built on the same platform will join Mazda’s roster of SUVs. Although it’s CX-60 came with a 3.0-liter naturally aspirated inline-six, a 3.3-liter turbodiesel inline-six, or a plug-in hybrid system with a 2.5-liter inline-four and 323 horsepower. We anticipate that the CX-90 and CX-70 will offer some variation of the gasoline six and the hybrid in the United States.
When the 2024 Mazda CX-90 debuts in January of next year, further details will be made available.