The Mazda MX-30 e-Skyactiv R-EV, a plug-in hybrid model that uses a rotary engine as a generator, debuts today at the Brussels Motor Show2. The flagship of Mazda’s electrification program, the Mazda MX-30 was launched in 2020 as the company’s first mass-produced battery electric vehicle, with a mild hybrid model later joining the lineup in some non-European markets. With “living true to myself” as its product concept, the MX-30 offers a pure and enjoyable drive, an exterior with a familiar and approachable appearance, and a cabin space that accommodates the mind and heart through use of materials with a warmth. for them: a combination of elements that make the time spent with the car and the experiences enjoyed next to it inspiring for the owners’ creativity. The MX-30 e-Skyactiv R-EV is a series plug-in hybrid that continues to deliver the same customer values as the original MX-30, while offering new ways to use the car as a battery electric vehicle. The MX-30 e-Skyactiv R-EV has a battery of 85 km of electric driving range sufficient for daily driving needs, as well as the ability to use a generator to enable long-distance driving. At all times, the entire driving range is powered by an electric motor.