Mazda has unveiled the stylish Minagi concept at the Geneva Motor Show. It previews a new generation of Mazda vehicles which will feature the Kodo design language.
Mazda has unveiled the stylish Minagi concept at the Geneva Motor Show.
Created to preview the "next generation of products," the Minagi wears Mazda's Kodo design language which originally debuted on the Shinari concept. As such, the crossover has an expressive front fascia with a chrome grille that ties into the three-dimensional headlights. Further back, there are bulging fenders, softly-shaped body contours, a steeply raked rear window, and a rear bumper with an integrated dual exhaust system.
Inside, the attractive styling carries over as the Minagi has a driver-focused cockpit with premium amenities and advanced technology. On the luxury side, there's black leather upholstery, satin chrome accents and milled aluminum components. Furthermore, the concept features a free-standing infotainment system and full-length center console with an integrated touchscreen display for the rear passengers.