In October 2017, Mazda gave us our first look at the stunning Vision Coupe. It's already been four and a half years, and the automobile is still missing. It is, in fact, exceedingly improbable that it will ever materialize.
Why is this the case? "It's most important to sell SUVs," Mazda Europe's engineering boss Joachim Kunz informed Autocar.
Joachim Kunz explains why thrilling vehicles are pushed to the back of the line: "This SUV trend is continuing, and even more for Mazda. It's what's selling best."
The source even questions the 6 sedan's long-term viability. Mazda has only mentioned the CX-60 and its successors, the CX-70, CX-80, and CX-90 SUVs. However, no mention of the outdated saloon. The third-generation automobile has been on the market for a decade, yet no spy images of a straight successor have surfaced.