TOKYO -- Mazda will introduce 13 electrified cars by about 2025, including full-electric, plug-in hybrid and hybrid models,the automaker said in a statement on Thursday, and it aims to electrify all vehicles by 2030.
The rollout of three hybrids, five plug-in hybrids and three full-electric vehicles will start next year, focusing mainly on Europe, Japan, the United States, China and ASEAN markets, the company said in the statement.
"Canada is one of the markets that will receive those offerings," Mazda Canada spokeswoman Sandra Lemaitre said in an email to Automotive News Canada. "At this time, I’m not able to say which of those products are destined for Canada, but I can share that globally Mazda plans to have 100 per cent of our models electrified by 2030.
"In Canada, we’re targeting to have around 30 per cent of those products be pure BEVs."
The models will use Mazda's Skyactiv multi-solution scalable architecture, and Toyota's hybrid system will be incorporated into some.