An all-new Mazda SUV has been teased ahead of its full reveal at the Geneva Motor Show in March, it’s expected to slot in-between the CX-3 and CX-5, and will likely be called CX-4.

Mazda has teased an all-new SUV, the second model in its new-generation line-up, which will be revealed in full at the Geneva Motor Show. Details are very thin but we do know the thing will sit on the brand’s new-gen Skyactive-Vehicle Architecture, like the new Mazda3.

The SUV will also feature the brand’s Skyactiv-X engine as well as other Skyactiv engines, which is also just like the new Mazda3. While Mazda hasn’t said, it’s expected this new SUV given talk is it will be a “brand-new addition to the Mazda line-up” will slot between the CX-3 and CX-5, meaning it’ll likely be called the CX-4 and that there’ll almost be a Mazda model to suit everyone’s tastes.

Currently, Mazda uses the CX-4 nameplate for a China-only vehicle.


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