Mazda’s iconic MX-5 Miata is going electric, though exactly what form that will take is a challenge the automaker is giving itself a few years to figure out. The Japanese car company revealed the first details on its EV roadmap earlier this month, with the promise of at least 13 models with some degree of electrification to be launched between now and 2025.
By 2030, meanwhile, all Mazda models will offer some level of electrification, the company committed to.
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