Mazda has announced that its flagship passenger car model, the Mazda 6 Wagon will be making its world premiere at the upcoming 2018 Geneva Motor Show next month.
Entering its third incarnation since the model was fully redesigned in 2012, the new Mazda 6 Wagon is almost identical with its sedan sibling which made its global debut last November in Los Angeles.
On the exterior, key features include a new grille that looks similar to the one on the new CX-5, redesigned headlights, new LED DRLs, new chrome strips on the bumper, as well as new wheel design.
Inside, things have moved up a notch with a dashboard that has been redesigned completely, new UltraSuede Nu upholstery, as well as Japanese Sen wooden trim.
In terms of features, we are expecting the new Mazda 6 Wagon to come with updated driver assistance technology and a new 360-degree camera similar to the 6 Sedan.
The other big news is the addition of the SkyActiv-G 2.5T turbo engine from the CX-9 as an option for the Wagon. Capable of producing 250 hp and 420 Nm of maximum torque, the engine will be paired to a six-speed automatic gearbox.
While the Mazda 6 Wagon will be making its global debut, the 6 Sedan, Mazda’s Kai Concept, and Vision Coupe Concept will be making their European debut in Geneva this year.