2017 Geneva Motor Show: Mazda to unveil 2017 CX-3 with GVC as standard feature

On February 1, Mazda Motor Europe announced that it will unveil the 2017 CX-3 at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

The CX-3 made its European debut 2 years ago at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. It was Mazda’s first compact SUV for the B segment.

At this year’s show, Mazda will unveil the new version. This is the first time it has undergone changes since its debut. Mazda updated it to gain competitive power in the B segment.

The 2017 model has G-Vectoring Control (GVC) as a standard feature. It takes the driving experience to a high level, creating a feeling of high responsiveness and relaxation that brings together man and machine.

It also has safety features like i-ACTIVESENSE and Adaptive LED Headlights. It has been designed for improved noise reduction and comfort, with interior features that include a newly designed steering wheel and full color head-up display.

Written by Minoru Moriwaki

(Translated by Greg Scott)