Mazda Koeru Crossover Concept Dimensions
Mazda revealed its Koeru concept crossover model at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and though the vehicle sure looks good, few features or specs have been revealed. So far, it seems as though the Koeru concept was built primarily to display new design features that we can only hope to see on Mazda models in the future. Having a model that looks this unique, we wanted to take a look at the Mazda Koeru crossover concept dimensions and other features.
The Koeru photos don’t reveal everything. Upon first glance, it appears that the concept model, which can seat five, closely resembles the dimensions of the new 2016 Mazda CX-3. When comparing the actual measurements, however, the two models are not so similar.
Mazda Koeru Dimensions and Measurements
The Koeru concept measures in at a height of roughly 59 in., which is nearly identical to the CX-3. But when examining the Koeru’s length of roughly 181 in. and width of about 74.8 in., the model seems to be closer to the CX-5, falling in between the CX-5 and CX-9 when it comes to length and width. The wheelbase measures in at about 106.2 in.
Could this mean that the Koeru concept is a precursor to the new CX-9 we have mentioned in the past, or perhaps a resurrection of the CX-7? That is what some seem to be suggesting, but no official word from Mazda has suggested this so far.
[Related: What can we expect from the 2017 Mazda CX-9?]
The design of current Mazda crossovers certainly challenges the typical design DNA of a crossover segment that has become rather boring, but the Koeru concept takes this to a whole new level. The Koeru demonstrates a unique combination of aggressive and sleek design characteristics.
Though the Mazda Koeru crossover concept dimensions seem to be some of the only pieces of hard specs we have so far, we will be sure to update you right here should any future data or information become available.