Mazda3 scoops up 2020 award for World Car Design of the Year

Mazda’s KODO: Soul of Motion design philosophy has triumphed at this year’s World Car Awards, not only taking home the top design prize, but also bagging a finalist spot with the Mazda CX-30.

The Mazda3, winner of World Car Design of the Year, is a stunning example of powerful presence and sporty appeal with its flowing lines, each one designed to catch the light and give the impression of motion even in stillness. It’s designed to make you feel like you’re looking at a work of art, not just a car – a clear winner from the outset.

Inside, its beauty isn’t only skin-deep, with a vibration-absorbing chassis structure that allows you to sink into the luxurious redesigned seats with pure comfort. The intuitive cockpit is completely driver-centred too, so all the controls you need are exactly where you need them.

The design isn’t the only impressive thing about this car either; the innovative Skyactiv-X engine is the first commercial engine to use Spark Controlled Compression Ignition, which delivers enhanced driveability along with excellent fuel efficiency to give you a drive you’ll never forget, over and over again.

If you’d like to discover the Mazda3 or the CX-30 for yourself, get in touch with your local Johnsons Mazda team today, and they will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have or arrange a test drive for you.