Mazda CX-50: CX-5 replacement or addition?

Trademark patents suggest Mazda could have plans for a family of SUV coupes

A dual-SUV model line strategy is emerging at Mazda with the CX-50 name reportedly trademarked.

While Japanese website Spyder7 says the CX-50 could replace the big-selling Mazda CX-5 mid-sizer, it could also be a stylish adjunct to the existing model in the same way the swoopy CX-30 relates to the CX-3 small SUV.

And the Mazda CX-30 and CX-50 might be two of many more sleek new SUVs to be marketed by Mazda in Australia, as the Japanese brand has trademarked CX-10 right through to CX-90 with the European Patent Office.

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