Mazda has just presented the new Homura range, which is now available in a large selection of the models that make up its current catalog. Maintaining the premium approach that characterizes the Japanese firm’s cars, this new version adds an extra touch of sportiness.
In the manufacturer’s own words, the new version ‘Homura’, which translated into Spanish means ‘Fire’, has been conceived for all those clients who wish to add a sportier look to your vehicle. Specifically, this series will be linked to the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda6 models and the Mazda CX-5 and Mazda CX-30 SUVs. Beyond the aesthetic plane, the Homura series adds a complete list of equipment both inside and outside.
Mazda’s new Homura range includes in all its models a series of differentiated aesthetic elements that are finished in black. Among them, the alloy wheels or the housings of the rear-view mirrors. Inside, this same tone is extended on the dashboard moldings and the door trims. For its part, all upholstered elements have contrasting red stitching.
With the Homura range, Mazda intends to reinforce its premium brand image, thanks to a extensive safety and comfort equipment. Depending on the chosen model, we find different equipment options associated with this new finish.
The urbanite of the Japanese firm associated with the Homura version includes standard 16″ black alloy wheels and matching rear-view mirrors, climate control, rear-view camera, rain sensor and lights, as well as an advanced gear-change prevention system. involuntary lane, among other elements. It is available from 20.385 euros.
The sportier version of the Japanese compact car is equipped with 18” alloy wheels and tinted rear windows. From the inside, we find details related to comfort such as the keyless access system and heated front seats. In addition, it has front and rear parking sensors, as well as rear-view mirrors with an anti-glare system. It is available from 26.895 euros.
In the case of the sedan, the Mazda6 Homura debuts new 19” alloy wheels. The cabin is enriched by burgundy leather upholstery, red stitching on the dashboard panel and door trim, as well as black interior trim. It is available from 43.025 euros.
In Mazda’s family SUV, this special series bets on an interior that has imitation leather seats and black synthetic leather. It also has a navigator, adaptive radar cruise control (MRCC), tire pressure control system and adaptive Smart Full LED Headlights (ALH), among other active safety specifications. It is available from 36.100 euros.
Last but not least, we find the Mazda CX-30, the average SUV of the Japanese firm. In its Homura version, it is equipped with an e-Skyactiv G engine powered up to 150 hp (28 additional horsepower compared to the most powerful mechanical option available to date). The 18” wheels and the darkened rear windows define its exterior appearance, elements to which are added others such as keyless access, parking sensors, rear view camera, rear view mirrors with anti-glare function or the Smart Cargo Board. , a system designed to facilitate the organization of the trunk. It is available from 31.325 euros.