World Premiere For Mazda's Latest SUV Line-Up At The National Gallery Of Australia

Mazda Australia hosted an exclusive preview of its leading new CX SUV models at the National Gallery in Canberra this week – marking the very first time that all four models have premiered on the world stage.

Joining the pivotal Mazda CX-60 launched in 2022 and the flagship Mazda CX-90 introduced in 2023, the Mazda CX-70 and Mazda CX-80 round out the full complement of Large Architecture Mazda SUV models, and will both join the Australian model range at the end of this year.

Mazda Australia will therefore be the first and only market globally to offer the CX-60, CX-70, CX-80 and CX-90 concurrently. 

Commenting on the world premiere, Mazda Australia Managing Director, Vinesh Bhindi said: “This is a key moment for Mazda Australia. As we move into the next generation of our brand, these four trailblazers all play their own distinct role in sustaining our ambition to offer an unrivalled breadth of choice for our customers.

“Whether it’s the pursuit of life’s passions in the CX-70, the family focus of the CX-80, the lap of luxury in the CX-90 or the CX-60’s embodiment of Mazda Premium technology, our commitment to an all-hybrid model range also opens up a wealth of new opportunities for Mazda owners to fully enrich their life in motion.” 

As a proud supporter of Art Exhibitions Australia (AEA) for three decades, and Principle Sponsor for 24 of those years, Mazda displayed its four leading lights ahead of the grand opening of ‘Gauguin’s World: TONA IHO, TONA AO’, a rousing Australian-first exhibition celebrating the works of Paul Gauguin and exploring the theme of Colour in Motion.

The major exhibition opens to the public on 29th June at the NGA and runs until 7th October 2024.

More details on engine specifications, launch timings, pricing and equipment for the Mazda CX-70 and CX-80 will be confirmed at a later date.