Unveiled in 2017, the Mazda Vision Coupe Concept took the form of a sleek four-door coupe with a long hood and a short rear deck. However, whereas the Vision Coupe Concept had four seats, the new Mazda 6 will offer room for up to five occupants. According to the Japanese publication, the new Mazda 6 will gain a new “thin and sharp grille design” that will define the automaker’s future design language as well as an H-shaped diffuser.
Under the hood, the new Mazda 6 will reportedly be offered with a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder turbo Skyactiv-X gasoline engine with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system generating around 350 hp. Mazda has even patented new twin-turbocharger setups using an electric supercharger, which we have no doubt will be included in the new model.