An evolved expression of Mazda’s signature Kodo design, the meticulously sculpted MX-30 pampers the passenger, as well as the planet. The open, airy cabin uses renewable, eco-friendly materials, like cork—a playful nod to the company’s roots as a cork manufacturer. The "freestyle" doors eliminate the B-pillar that normally separates the front and rear passenger compartments, offering unimpeded access to the human-centric and welcoming cabin. It's kitted out with in-built sat-nav, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and an eight-speaker stereo as standard. A floating centre console frees up space for storage behind a digitized screen that adjusts the car's climate-control system. A secondary screen sprouts from the dashboard and covers the crossover’s infotainment, navigation, and backup camera.