Household product designer Rachel Griffin and industrial product developer Wisse Trooster talk in a short video about the Mx-30, Mazda’s first electric car. The car has been designed according to the Japanese manufacturer’s Kodo Design philosophy and among the distinctive elements are the three “freestyle” doors that give the Mazda MX-30’s cabin a personal and elegant silhouette. Eco-friendly materials have also been introduced inside and many of the genuine leather parts have been replaced with an alternative vegan fabric. Also of natural origin is the cork used for the console floating on the tunnel, which provides creative storage space for the objects.
By A&D|2020-11-17T09:47:58+01:0014 November 2020|NEWS|