Mazda Philippines participated in the 8th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) with products that showcase a human-centered approach to design and engineering.
According to Autofun Philippines, at PIMS, the audience was attracted by Mazda’s three-story booth. The minimalist design of warm nature-inspired elements such as wood is combined with the technical sophistication of steel and glass. With the use of warm light elements, it is meant to convey beauty through the intersection of light and shadow, a hallmark of the KODO design language.
Continuing to emphasize their attention to design detail, Mazda teamed up with fashion designer Andrea Tetangco to create one-of-a-kind stitching for the promotional vehicles. Known for its minimalist design that empowers women, Tetangco also focuses on crafting products with sustainability and innovation in mind.
Celebrating Mazda’s special relationship with the Miata Club of the Philippines, the Philippines’ oldest single-brand auto club, the limited edition MX-5, exclusive to the Philippine market, was first announced introduced to the public.
The exclusive MX-5 MCP 25 Anniversary Edition comes in Platinum Quartz Metallic with a soft navy blue top. Navy blue accents are also found on the side mirrors and roller bars. Satin silver 17-inch alloy wheels complete the exterior transition.
Inside, the MX-5 MCP 25th Anniversary Edition features a special Mazda Connect Commander button finished in sterling silver. It also comes with a serial number plate that is also finished in sterling silver. Additional features such as black leather seats, auto-dimming rearview mirrors and a nine-speaker Bose sound system are installed. Each unit will also include a commemorative vehicle cover and the MCP 25th Anniversary Photo Book.
The MX-5 MCP 25 Anniversary Edition is available in manual and automatic variants with special prices of P2,250,000 and P2,300,000 respectively for orders made during PIMS week. This special price is applied at all Mazda dealer systems nationwide.
To further secure its collection, it will be in production for a limited time only with deliveries starting September 15, 2022, and final deliveries scheduled for September 15. September 2023. The new Mazda CX-8 has appeared at PIMS. Available in the flagship AWD Exclusive version, its design and feature enhancements further enhance the experience of a three-row midsize SUV.
Exterior changes include a new metal grille, chrome trim on the front bumper, redesigned 19-inch alloy wheels and dual exhaust outlets with larger openings. There are also new colors available for customers.
The new CX-8 is also upgraded with many equipment, including dark red Nappa leather seats, seven-inch LCD instrument cluster, a frameless rearview mirror, Lotus wood-paneled interior, an electronic glass sunroof, Hands-free electric tailgate, a wireless connection. system. Apple CarPlay and wireless device charging.
In addition, all variants of Mazda, have equipped with i-Activsense driver suite for assitance. This offers features such as High Beam Control (HBC), Smart City Brake Assist – Forward (SCBS-F), Smart City Brake Assist – When Backing (SCBS-R) and alert the driver’s attention “DAA”.
Both CX-8 variants – FWD Signature and AWD Exclusive – use the powerful yet fuel-efficient 2.5-liter Skyactiv-G engine, producing 190 hp and 252 Nm of torque combined with the box. six-speed automatic. To enhance handling performance, G-Vectoring Control Plus is standard equipment, while the all-wheel drive variant adds off-road traction assistance.
The new seven-seat Mazda CX-8 FWD Signature is priced at P2,330,000, while the six-seat CX-8 AWD Exclusive is priced at P2,490,000.