Mazda’s 2030 sustainability commitment

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Vehicle manufacturers are increasingly moving towards electric offerings and products made with sustainability in mind.

Mazda Australia is no exception.

The well-loved automotive brand has committed to reducing CO2 emissions substantially in the next few years, in line with its Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030 vision.

It involves an approach called ‘well-to-wheel’, which considers emissions at every step of a vehicle’s entire lifecycle, including design, engineering and manufacturing.

That’s before it even makes its way into someone’s garage.

Meanwhile, Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030 is equally committed to enhancing customers’ driving enjoyment by combining the satisfaction of contributing to a greener future, with vehicles that offer inspired performance.

Sustainable and stylish

Mazda’s Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030 vision comes to life in the first-ever Mazda MX-30 Electric.

It’s an exciting electric drive that minimises its footprint while maximising power.

Made with tomorrow in mind, it’s stylish interior features sustainable materials such as durable cork, demonstrating a commitment to the environment beyond the drivetrain.

These environmentally friendly materials are paired with the finest craftsmanship to offer a blend of functionality and comfort.

Iconic freestyle doors welcome the driver and passengers, while the cabin conveys a sense of calm, even on the busiest of days.

Visit Mazda in the Future Zone at RACQ MotorFest 2022 to see the first-ever MX-30 EV up close, and to hear more about Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030.

 

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