Mazda has shown off its Koeru crossover concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. It "offers sporty yet delightfully refined styling and driving performance," according to the Japanese automaker. The concept uses the Kodo Soul of Motion design language and previews a coupe version of the existing CX-5 crossover. It's possible that Mazda may name this new coupe version the CX-4.
The concept rides on a 106.3-inch wheelbase and measures 181.1-inches long, 74.8-inches wide and 59.1-inches tall. It features the company’s i-Activsense advanced safety technologies that are designed to help prevent or reduce the damage resulting from an accident. It also shows off the company’s new-generation car-connectivity system, Mazda Connect, aimed to support safe driving and driver concentration with its unique human machine interface (HMI) concept called the Heads-Up Cockpit concept.
Mazda Previews Future Crossover with Koeru Concept