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New Mazda2 Hybrid revealed

Date: 07 December 2021   |   Author: Sean Keywood

The new Mazda2 Hybrid supermini has been unveiled.

The model is based on the Toyota Yaris, and will be supplied by Toyota as part of a collaboration between the two manufacturers.

The Mazda2 Hybrid features a 93hp petrol engine and a 59kW electric motor for a combined 116hp system output, resulting in official WLTP fuel economy figures of 70.6-74.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 87-93g/km.

There will be a choice of three equipment grades in Europe - Pure, Agile, and Select - and it will be sold in the UK alongside the existing, non-Toyota related Mazda2 supermini. 

The Mazda2 Hybrid will go on sale in Europe in spring next year. Prices are yet to be announced.