Friday, November 6, 2020

Mazda CX-30 is Japan Automobile Hall of Fame's Car Design of the Year


The Mazda CX-30 continues to bring in design awards. After being selected as a World Car Design of the Year finalist, bagging a Red Dot Design Award, and being recognized for its Polymetal Gray color, the compact crossover has been selected as the Car Design of the Year by the Japan Automobile Hall of Fame.

Now becoming one of Mazda’s core models, the CX-30 was lauded for “design that approaches the realm of art.”

This is the second time a Mazda vehicle was selected as the Japan Automobile Hall of Fame Car Design of the Year. The first time was in 2007-2008 with the third-generation Mazda2 (Demio).

1 comment:

  1. I don't know. It looks quite boring and looks pretty much the same as the other Mazda models.

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