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Mazda announces the MX-30, it's first electric vehicle

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Mazda rolled out its first electric electric vehicle, the MX-30, at this year's Tokyo Motor Show. It's expected to be in-between the CX-3 and CX-5 in Mazda's lineup.

It's predicted to produce 142 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque and the range is expected to be 130 miles (210km).

Here are some more specs for the MX-30: (
Overall length × Overall Width × Overall Height: 4,395mm × 1,795mm × 1,570mm
Wheelbase: 2,655mm
Powertrain: e-SKYACTIV
Tire Size: 215/55R18
DC Charging: COMBO spec
AC Charging: Maximum input 6.6kW
Drive Battery:
Lithium-ion battery
Cell: Prismatic
Total Voltage: 355V
Total Electric Power (battery capacity): 35.5kWh

Pre-orders have already started in Europe and its expected to go on sale next year. The official price hasn't been revealed, but it's expected to have a starting price of £30,000 ($38,661) in the United Kingdom, which puts it in the same price range as the Mach E.

I really like the design, especially the suicide doors, but the range is a bit concerning, what does everyone else think?

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Looks like it's natural competitor would be the Chevrolet Bolt (MSRP starting at $36,500, 200 HP, 266 ft/lbs of torque, 259 miles of range).
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