Although details are scarce about what the Vision Study Model coupe will entail, Mazda’s presentation depicts it as a streamlined coupe adorned with all manner of futuristic neon-colored lights. According to Motor1, the car is simply a “Vision Study Model,” and so far, Mazda hasn’t announced what model (if any) the car will be. Motor1 also notes that Mazda’s previous Vision Study coupe from way back in 2017 never became a full-fledged model and stayed a concept for everyone to yearn for. That car was used to inform design decisions for upcoming Mazda models.
The Vision Coupe could be a taste of the new Miata or something else entirely. But given that the preceding 35 minutes of the video it was briefly featured in was all about Mazda’s future plans, it’s likely to feature at least some EV capability. As of now, Mazda has not confirmed nor denied any plans with the concept car.
Regardless of what the Vision Coupe ends up being, Mazda is rededicating itself to an electric future as the brand announced several new partnerships with electric motor and inverter makers to kickstart its future plans. According to a press release: “Mazda Motor Corporation is planning to complete the electrification of all vehicle models by 2030…”