Sustainable Zoom Zoom 2030 is our long-term vision for technology development that combines the driving pleasure associated with Mazda vehicles with outstanding environmental and safety performance.
The future is now. At Mazda we are acting for the environment today by using innovative, recyclable materials, electrifying popular models and adopting cleaner manufacturing processes.
By 2030, one quarter of our cars worldwide will be fully electric, and all other models electrified in some form. In addition, we aim to reduce corporate average "well-to-wheel" carbon dioxide emissions to 50% of 2010 levels by 2030, and achieve a 90% reduction by 2050.
By 2050, Mazda will be carbon neutral in all areas, including production, technology, manufacturing and sales.
For Mazda, the future is more than batteries and charging stations. It's our mindset. Something we will always be looking forward to.
With zero emissions, electric vehicles run on 100% battery power and have lower maintenance costs compared to gas-fuelled engines. And charging stations across Canada mean your EV offers limitless potential.
Combining an electric vehicle and a traditional gas-powered vehicle, hybrids get their power from gasoline or diesel and through regenerative braking. Hybrids can't be recharged by plugging in, but they offer better fuel efficiency in stop-and-go traffic.
Mazda is actively engaged in recycling plastic automobile parts. We focus in particular on recycling bumpers, and have created bumper-to-bumper recycling technology for these large plastic parts. This technology is capable of recycling not only damaged bumpers, but also end-of-life vehicle bumpers to be used as material for new bumpers.
Automobile catalytic converters are comprised of precious metals that turn harmful emission gases into harmless ones when gases are exposed to the surface. Through single-nanotechnology, Mazda is focusing on exposing as much of the surface as possible and reducing consumption of precious metals.
The Aqua-tech Paint System reduces emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) by 78 percent compared to Mazda’s previous oil-based paint systems without increasing energy consumption and associated CO2 emissions. (Our previous paint system was already one of the lowest of any paint system in the world.) Now, with some of the lowest levels of both VOC and CO2 emissions, Mazda’s Aqua-tech is one of the most environmentally friendly automotive paint systems in the world.
Equipped with a lightweight 35.5 kWh battery, convenient ChargePoint charging solutions, and Mazda Connected Service for remote monitoring and control, your peace of minds is always at full power.LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MX-30 EV
The fully electric MX-30 EV offers the same Jinba Ittai driving experience as our combustion engine cars, but it makes effective use of EV features to further evolve Mazda’s legendary driving performance. The battery case of the MX-30 EV is joined to the body to increase rigidity, and electric G-Vectoring Control Plus uses motion control technology to maintain a smooth and comfortable ride.
The MX-30 EV is powered by a battery with a 35.5 kWh capacity and travels approximately 200 km on a single charge.*
* Measured in the European WLTP mode. The driving range of EVs vary depending on a variety of factors, including driving style, use of features, and driving environment
By 2030, Mazda is committed to having one quarter of its cars worldwide fully electric, and all other models electrified in some form.
Mazda MX-30 EV uses the most common charging connector types for slow and fast AC charging and rapid DC charging.
The MX-30 EV provides an output of 143 horsepower @4500 rpm and a maximum torque of 200 lb per foot @3243 rpm.