Cars Coming Soon: All-New 2014 Mazda6

2014 Mazda6

I like it when teaser pictures reveal everything.

A typical teaser image of a coming vehicle is a vague, blacked-out silhouette or just the line from the hood to the trunk. Other teasers show an extreme close-up of a taillight or a fender flare and hope the image pacifies the public before the car’s official debut. Sometimes teasers show no parts of the car at all. I remember a teaser for the new Ford Explorer that showed only a snow-covered forest.

The 2014 Mazda6 has some teaser images floating around, most of which do a lot more than tease. In fact, they show a nearly full reveal of what’s to come. Keep reading to see the pictures, and be sure to let us know what you think!

The 2014 Mazda6 will debut with a 2.0-liter Skyactiv-G gasoline 4-cylinder mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. It will also feature the company’s new i-ELOOP (short for Intelligent Energy Loop) capacitor-based regenerative braking system, which will improve fuel economy by up to 10 percent. It’ll also feature Mazda’s sexy new Kodo design language, which means a more aggressive front fascia and an upswept profile line. The result, it seems, is a rakish, sleek new sedan that should be an exciting alternative to traditional Japanese sedans from Honda and Toyota.

2014 Mazda6 teaser

2014 Mazda6 teaser

The 2014 Mazda6 will make its world debut at next month’s Moscow Auto Show, while the complete Mazda6 lineup will make its global debut in late September at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.

How does the 2014 Mazda6 look to you?


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  1. The new teasing images of the upcoming 2014 Mazda6 reveals that the consumers could expect a fully revised interior cabin design from the next gen model as compared to the present gen model.

  2. I like it too. It’s not as dramatic and overly done as Hyundai/Kia but more attractive than Toyota/Honda. Seems like a nice little sweet spot Mazda has found!

  3. Looks pretty bland. Mazda is another of those companies that seem superfluous these days– Just another of the bland, uninteresting parade of cars built by second and third tier car companies struggling to survive in a world of overproduction capacity. Ford’s snuggling with Mazda didn’t seem to help, but at least it didn’t blow the company away as GM did with Saab. Subaru, Mazda, Suzuki?

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