Mazda Koeru Concept front three quarters left

Mazda Koeru concept debuts at 2015 IAA

September 16, 2015

The Mazda Koeru concept has been officially unveiled at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show (2015 IAA) in Germany. The new concept is aimed at showcasing the brand’s latest design language for crossovers incorporating the ‘Kodo-Soul of Motion’ design philosophy.

Mazda Koeru Concept front facia static

Mazda claims that it has created the Koeru concept to bring a new kind of value in the hotly contested segment which is witnessing rapid expansion. Featuring modern design theme that has been optimised to be aerodynamically efficient, the concept also pays attention to high speed stability.

Mazda Koeru Concept left side profile static

The technical details of the Koeru concept haven’t been revealed but the company claims that the it has been built around a rigid chassis that aids in enhanced driving and handling characteristics along with improving safety.

Mazda Koeru Concept rear three quarters right static

The Mazda Koeru concept looks surprisingly similar to a production Mazda with the grille and headlamps borrowing design cues from currently sold models. The dramatic concept features sporty 21-inch alloy wheels and a sloping roofline accented by sharp looking door mirrors.

Mazda Koeru Concept interior rendering

The Japanese automaker’s stand at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show (2015 IAA) also includes the all-new Mazda MX-5 along with its specially developed accessories, which include diamond cut 17-inch alloy wheels and an ultra lightweight boot mounted luggage carrier. Mazda will also display its complete new generation model line-up at the show.

The press release is embedded below the image gallery.

Mazda Koeru concept – Image Gallery

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