The newly-added EV to the stable is the automaker's third new-generation model that will first be unleashed upon the European market and from what they see - will be what they're getting.
There's no mention of its performance figures for this crossover as yet, but it there is mention of a 35.5kWh battery powering up the 143hp (106kW) electric motor and it will be good for up to 210km.
Additionally, the Japanese carmaker has purposefully designed the MX-30 to provide "Jinba-ittai" (horse and rider as one) driving pleasure in order to enhance the relationship between people and cars.
Inside, the cabin is ultimately environmentally friendly with materials that include cork - sourced from unfelled trees, for the centre console tray
Also, there are recycled plastics used for the door cards as well as other recycled materials to make the interior's fabrics.
While the overall design provides for an "open" concept thanks to the B-pillars having been omitted and the inclusion of suicide doors first seen on the RX-8.
Mazda says that the driving experience from its e-SkyActiv powertrain will provide a combination of "outstanding response with smooth dynamic behaviour to achieve performance that drivers can enjoy naturally".