The lines are blurring. Not only do we have niches and sub-niches to fill every imaginable automotive market gap, sometime the technology becomes borderline indistinguishable. Exhibit A: this updated Hyundai Kona with a… uhh… an… umm, engine of sorts…
Tested: 2021 Mazda CX-30
Do you remember that kid in school who happily played by themselves? Maybe later you met a friend or colleague who confidently danced to their own tune? Well, in my humble opinion, that’s what Mazda is doing.