Refined and re-engineered for 2018, Mazda6 focuses its efforts on a revitalized elegance, passion and maturity.
Mazda6 emphasizes the importance of “Mature Elegance,” creating an added level of sophistication to Mazda’s KODO—Soul of Motion design language that complements its aspirational ambitions.
Taking an already widely-successful and acclaimed sedan, Mazda engineers and designers worked to move the Mazda6 closer to the ideal state of perfection. Across the exterior of the vehicle, the 2018 Mazda6 saw meticulous changes and upgrades that enhance the overall appearance and performance of Mazda's flagship sedan.
Use the interactive photos below to discover and explore some of the new design highlights around the 2018 Mazda6.
The Mazda6’s new grille accentuates a look of depth, with a strong framework, low center of gravity and wide stance.
The headlamps adopt a sleek, wide shape, and the new LED turn signals form a line along the upper edge of each headlamp unit. The sharp form and lines of light produce a bold expression.
Ducts beneath the trim pieces contribute to improved aerodynamic performance by channeling air to the front tires.
Integrating the fog lamps into the headlamp units made it possible to do away with the fog lamp bezels on the lower section of the front bumper.
The new wheel designs feature straight spokes which convey an image of large diameter through their motion.
The color of the lower rear bumper section is changed from black to the body color, strengthening the Mazda6’s elegant design.
The exhaust pipes are now positioned closer to the outer edges of the vehicle and the pipe diameter is also increased which accentuate the lower center of gravity and wider stance.
The design of the rear combination lamps features a sleek, sharp, well-balanced appearance which emphasizes a lower center of gravity and more powerful physique.
With 20-percent greater color saturation and 50-percent more depth than its predecessor, Soul Red Crystal adds more allure to an already stunning hue of paint.