Mazda’s first PHEV powertrain, the CX-60’s 2.5-litre 4cyl Skyactiv-G petrol engine is combined with 100kw electric motor and 17.8Kw battery to deliver a combined output of 327ps with 500Nm of torque – making it the most powerful Mazda road car ever produced. The powertrain is exclusively mated to an all-new eight-speed automatic transmission and Mazda’s i-Activ all-wheel drive system.
The new e-Skyactiv D powered CX-60 is offered in two outputs: the 200ps engine returns a WLTP average fuel consumption of 56.5mpg with CO2 emissions of only 129g/km in rear-wheel drive Exclusive-Line guise, while the AWD 254ps Exclusive Line, Homura and Takumi WLTP average fuel consumption is 53.3mpg with CO2 emissions from 137g/km.
The e-Skyactiv D engine features a new, highly innovative, advanced combustion technology: Distribution-Controlled Partially Premixed Compression Ignition (DCPCI). It improves engine efficiency, emissions and fuel economy, ensuring the CX-60 has class leading emissions and in fact emits NoX at just one third of the compliance level for the forthcoming Euro 7 regulations.
The e-Skyactiv D powertrain features M Hybrid Boost - Mazda’s 48V Mild Hybrid System - which enables high output combined with excellent fuel economy. Combining the two technologies of hybrid and DCPCI advanced combustion contributes significantly to the CX-60’s outstanding driving range, great driving feel, low fuel consumption and class leading emissions.