Three Mazda CX-5s unveiled at SEMA

At the SEMA Auto show, the well known Mazda Motor Corporation revealed three Mazdas Cx-5 which are based on the SKYACTIV 1 TECHNOLOGY and the new Design, KODO design language, and these cars have been developed with the help of Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) Irvine-based Design team, for the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show. Lets take a look at all the three cars:

1. CX-5 180:
The Mazda CX-5 180 has been designed for all those weekend getaways, with that the vehicle is ready for any kind of task anytime. The Mazda CX-5 180 comes with Burton Cheetah snowboards for surfing the slopes and a Rusty surfboard for shredding the surf, it features a stylized topographical map of SoCal locales Big Bear Lake and Point Dume, seasonal updates are showcased on the front doors which includes temperature highs and lows, snowfall and surf rise as well as the all-important digits of GPS coordinates.

The CX-5 180 comes with, custom-crafted colors, which include dark hues of Midnight and Denim to reflect depth while lighter shades of Tidal Blue and Bay Blue signify height, Dashes of Luminous Red are used across the entire vehicle, the vehcile comes with the all-wheel-drive system, it rides on 20-inch black chrome alloy wheels wrapped in all-season Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 265/40R20, at the front it houses a custom matte red finish on the vehicle’s five-point grille, and at the rear it houses a satin chrome dual exhaust by Racing Beat.

Inside the CX-5 180, the upholstery comes from Aqua leather, which can be seen on the front and rear seats, the steering wheel, door panels, armrests and the brake boot, to contrast this there is this Bright White leather inserts which appear on the door panels, steering wheel and seats, french seam accents in red and white stitching appears on armrests and seats. A customized trapezoidal stitching pattern acn be seen on the steering wheel, along with a white leather strip, a custom-painted decoration panel in the topography theme of the exterior adds the final touch to the CX-5 180.

2. CX-5 Urban:
The car can be seen in a matte finish, with the dark surface of the CX-5 Urban features multi-dimensional shadows with each triangular-like design shaped to reflect each bend and twist of the vehicle’s sheet metal. the CX-5 Urban rides on 22-inch Ace Alloy Scorpio matte black wheels and are wrapped in Nitto Tire NT420s 295/30R20 all-season tires, and at the rear the CX-5 Urban also features a Racing Beat dual exhaust.

3. CX-5 Dempsey:
this car CX-5 Dempsey, has been named after, actor and race car driver Patrick Dempsey. The CX-5 Dempsey features a high-contrast custom paint scheme of glossy grays and matte blacks with bright red highlights, along with Specialized Bicycle S-Works Tarmac road bike and a Thule Atlantis rooftop cargo box, and as for the SKYACTIV-D 2.2-liter diesel engine which uses the all-wheel-drive system, any roads aren’t issue at all. The engine unit delivers 129 kW at 4,500 rpm and 420 nM of torque at 2,000 rpm, and this setup is mated to a six-speed manual transmission, the car rides on customized 20-inch black chrome alloy wheels encased in Michelin Latitude Sport 255/45ZR20-sized all-season tires. Each wheel is highlighted with a single double-spoke painted in glossy Luminous Red, and at the rear, it features Satin chrome touches in the Racing Beat dual exhaust system.

Inside the CX-5 Demsey, the car comes with Black perforated leather inserts, with gray aniline leather bolsters featuring red accents, leather finishing can be seen on the steering wheel, shifter boot, armrests, door panels, center storage bin as well as front and rear seats feature contrasting Luminous Red stitching, the panel has been custom painted in glossy Brilliant Black and features a single Luminous Red outline with a Bright White vehicle model imprint.

“The CX-5 is all Mazda – from its KODO design language to its inspired driving ability – and was the perfect ‘clean slate’ vehicle from which our Southern California team could create the concept vehicles you see here today,” said Derek Jenkins, director, MNAO Design.

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