ARRIVING in the UK from March 2024, the new Mazda2 Hybrid has been given a more differentiated design appearance with a redesigned front bumper and grille.
Designed at Mazda's European Design Studio in Germany, the revised bumper shape combined with a special tailgate garnish gives the 2024 Mazda2 Hybrid a fresh look.
Launched in May 2022, the Mazda2 Hybrid has proven to be a popular addition to Mazda's line-up in the UK where it sells alongside the established and recently updated Mazda2.
Pricing and full specifications for the new Mazda2 Hybrid will be released at a later date, but it will be offered in four new grades - Centre-Line, Exclusive-Line, Homura and Homura Plus.
Part of Mazda's electrified line-up that includes the battery electric Mazda MX-30, Mazda CX-60 PHEV and soon to be launched Mazda e-Skyactiv R-EV, the Mazda2 Hybrid brings a self-charging full hybrid powertrain technology to the Mazda model range.
Part of the long-standing collaboration between Mazda Motor Corporation and Toyota Motor Corporation, this Toyota Motor Europe supplied model will now feature a more Mazda differentiated exterior design.
Jeremy Thomson, managing director of Mazda UK said: "The Mazda2 Hybrid is a popular addition to our line-up in the UK and we have good demand for the car in our dealerships and it's great that from next March it will feature a greater element of Mazda exterior design personality.
"With the Mazda2 Hybrid sold alongside the recently updated Mazda2, which offers our customers extra individuality with more distinct model grades, increased colour choice and refreshed styling, we are giving customers in the supermini segment the choice of two distinct models, depending on their needs."