Japanese automaker Mazda’s 1st full electric car to arrive in Kuwait

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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Mazda MX 30
MX-30 SUV is Japanese multinational automaker Mazda's first all-electric vehicle.

Kuwait Automotive Imports Company (KAICO Al Shaya & Al Sagar) has revealed the arrival of the first Mazda EV the MX 30 in the region.

KAICO is the authorized distributor of Mazda cars in Kuwait. The MX-30 SUV is Japanese multinational automaker Mazda’s first all-electric vehicle, and it combines all of Mazda’s electrification technology with a rotary generator to charge the battery, giving it more range and allowing for even more enjoyment behind the wheel.

According to the statement, the Mazda MX-30 has been precisely molded into a basic yet attractive form, which reflects an extended manifestation of the company’s Kodo design. It features a pillarless freestyle door system, offering a greater sense of openness and a wide range of possibilities for experiencing the vehicle.

“Our commitment to the environment, and to comfort and craftsmanship, is evident in the unique use of cork, recycled fabrics, and other sustainable materials,” the company said.

Mazda’s electrification technology provides smooth and seamless performance. The company further added that the electric G-Vectoring Control Plus delivers precise and responsive steering to form a strong connection between car and driver.

Mr. Ashish Tandon, General Manager of KAICO commented, “We at KAICO are thrilled to be the first in the region to have the Mazda MX 30 EV the perfect companion for your daily commute.”

“Team KAICO is enthusiastic about trying and testing the all-new Mazda MX 30 EV. We are looking forward to adding new products, technologies, and experiences to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations,” remarked Mr. Waleed Alqahtani, Mazda Brand Manager of KAICO.

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