Celebrating its centenary, Mazda also displayed its 1936 Green Panel tricycle from 1936 and the rotary-powered Cosmo Sport, RX-7 and RX-5.
Not a bad idea, to better recoup the costs of the program and also improves Mazda's corporate average fuel economy. Mazda's current lineup is entirely gasoline and diesel based, other than the gasoline-hybrid Mazda3.
Very interesting, this will expand that market for the MX-30. I wonder how well it will sell and which configuration will be the most popular. Of course, I hope it's a success, whatever the powertrain.