Mazda has announced that the CX-30 Carbon Edition will go on sale in South Africa in the first quarter of 2022.
The CX-30 Carbon Edition will be the fourth model in the crossover line-up, sliding in below the range-topping Individual trim.
The Mazda CX-30 Carbon Edition is fitted with a high level of standard equipment.
Features include dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and start, paddle shifters, and rear parking sensors.
Like the rest of its siblings, the Carbon Edition is also expected to have LED headlamps, a heads-up display, and an 8.8-inch MZD Connect infotainment display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
However, as the CX-30 Carbon Edition will only hit the market in 2022, it is not yet confirmed whether it will have these features.
Visually, this CX-30 is set apart from the rest of the range by black cloth seats, red stitching around the cabin, black exterior mirrors, and black 18-inch alloy wheels.
The CX-30 Carbon Edition will also be available in six exterior colours – Snowflake White Pearl, Sonic Silver, Machine Grey, Soul Red Crystal, Polymetal Grey, and Jet Black.
Along with the introduction of this model, a Platinum Quartz colour (pictured below) will also be introduced into the CX-30 range – although it will not be available on the Carbon Edition.
Under the hood, a 2.0-litre, Skyactiv-G engine powers the entire CX-30 model range – producing 121kW and 213Nm.
While the Carbon Edition is confirmed to have a 2.0-litre engine, it is not yet final if it will produce these same power figures.
The rest of the models also feature a six-speed automatic transmission, but this is not yet confirmed for the Carbon Edition, either.
For its siblings, combined fuel consumption comes in at 6.6l/100km and maximum braked towing capacity of 1,200kg is stated.
The South African pricing for the Mazda CX-30 Carbon Edition will be released closer to its launch date, said Mazda.
The Mazda CX-30 Carbon Edition will be sold with a 3-year/unlimited kilometre warranty, service plan, and roadside assistance.