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Crossover inspired by Koeru concept to make its debut this month; expected on sale in 2017

New pictures of Mazda's upcoming CX-4 crossover have surfaced online on Chinese website Netease, just hours after the manufacturer released its latest teaser images.

The car, which is due to make its global debut at the Beijing motor show this month, takes influence from the Koeru crossover coupé concept of Frankfurt 2015 (shown below). It will sit between the Mazda CX-3 and Mazda CX-5 in Mazda’s SUV line-up.

Updated - See the new Mazda CX-4

These latest pictures confirm that the Koeru concept's coupé roofline and slim glasshouse have been kept for the CX-4 production model and support information that the car will share most of its underpinnings with the CX-5.

It’s expected to have the same wheelbase as the CX-5 and a near-identical overall length, and it’s likely that it’ll also share some of the CX-5’s powertrain options. These include turbocharged four-cylinder diesel and petrol engines in front and four-wheel drive formats.

The CX-4 is due to go on sale in 2017, but Mazda says it won't come to the UK, because it is a China-focused model.

Koeru concept

Read our full road test on the Mazda's baby SUV - the CX-3

Read our full review of the Mazda CX-5 SUV

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erly5 8 April 2016

It's a looker!

Mazda could give BMW and Mercedes lessons in how to design an attractive, sporty-looking SUV. It's a travesty it won't be coming to the UK.
abkq 7 April 2016

I like the flowing lines and

I like the flowing lines and wish the somewhat rigid looking F-pace had taken inspiration from this and came up with something more fluid, more enticing. Jaguar design used to be about soft contours but alas no longer.
TegTypeR 7 April 2016

Personally think this is

Personally think this is better looking (from the pictures at least) than either the CX-3 or CX-5.

Still don't desire to own one.