The second-generation Mazda CX-5 is set to make its world premiere at the upcoming 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show on 16 November.
The scheduled unveiling was announced in a teaser release sent from Mazda’s European press site that also includes an image of the new car heavily obscured by shadows.
Worded descriptions of the car amounted to just a single paragraph in the release, which we can concisely describe as saying nothing.
It will be interesting to see if the new CX-5 will continue with the existing line-up of engines or advance to the next promised advancement of SkyActiv powertrains that will see the introduction of homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) technology.
Earlier reports have stated Mazda hopes to improve the efficiency of its SkyActiv-G petrol engines by as much as 50%, thereby rivalling diesel engines.