After months of rumors, Mazda has finally revealed its first mass-production electric car at the Tokyo Motor Show. This is the 2020 Mazda MX-30, an EV crossover with suicide doors reminiscent of those on the old RX-8.
From Road and Track: Like a lot of new high-riding cars, the 2020 Mazda MX-30 sports a coupe-esque design, with a dramatically sloped C-pillar. The B-pillar is integrated into the rear door, allowing for easy access to the back seats and a cool pillarless look when the both doors are open. Combined with a slim front grille that integrates into the headlights, the MX-30 has a handsome, neat look.