The Mazda2 continues to embody Mazda’s hugely successful award-winning Kodo: Soul of Motion design theme, to create a car with a playful, yet elegant spirit. Since its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the Mazda2 has defied convention by eschewing the traditional monobox shape that currently dominates supermini design, and features muscular cab-rearward proportions.
Striking a high degree of visual consistency with other members of the Mazda line-up, the Mazda2 features the latest evolution of Mazda’s innovative Kodo: Soul of Motion design philosophy. The front grille features a mesh pattern, bringing it into line with the style seen on the Mazda3 and Mazda CX-30, while the signature five-point ‘wing’ enhances the sporty appearance of the model. Its distinctive exterior signature lines continue to run through the lower lip of the grille and into the piercing headlamps. At the rear, the bumper gives the impression of a lower stance on the road to reinforce the Mazda2’s sporty design, while the improved rear lights complement the clean overall design.
The updated Mazda2 is available in the following paint options: Arctic White, Snowflake White Pearlescent, Sonic Silver Metallic, Ceramic Metallic, Eternal Blue Mica, Deep Crystal Blue Mica, Jet Black Mica, Deep Crimson Mica, Machine Grey Metallic and Polymetal Grey Metallic. In addition to this, the Mazda2 is also available in Mazda’s signature Soul Red Crystal Metallic, which uses a unique paint process to deliver glossy depth and nuanced shading. And new for the 2022 model year is Platinum Quartz Metalic.
The entry level SE-L trim is marked out by 15-inch silver alloy wheels, black front grille insert and LED headlights with halogen daytime running lights. Moving up to the Sport and GT Sport and GT Sport Tech trims, these models are marked out further with 16-inch bright alloy wheels, gloss black front grille insert, privacy glass, shark-fin antenna, signature LED headlights and chrome exhaust trim.