The images, which appear to be captured out of a presentation for the new vehicle aren’t exactly high-res, but give the best look yet at what Mazda’s new large SUV will look like.
While sleeker than the car it replaces, the new CX-9 retains three rows of seats and enough space for seven.
The interior of the new SUV is tellingly revealed, and as to be expected considering the outgoing car’s age, the new interior brings far more modern styling with it.
The interior style borrows heavily from Mazda’s current range, while key items, like the MZD-connect infotainment system as used across the range, have also made the move to CX-9.
Full official details regarding the vehicle, its equipment, and powertrain are yet to be revealed.
TMR will bring you the full official details of the new CX-9 after its official unveiling at the LA Auto show, be sure to check back in at 9:00 AM on November 19 for a comprehensive run-down of the new CX-9 then.