Mazda has officially unveiled the revised Mazda6 during the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. The modified model will be available on the US in a new trim. Named Signature, this version was first used on the new generation Mazda CX-9. 

Mazda6’s chassis has also been thoroughly revised to provide a more supple ride, greater agility and dramatically improved NVH. Mazda6’s Signature interior features authentic materials-brown Nappa leather whose color is inspired by the aged wood in ancient Japanese temples. 

Under the hood of the Mazda6 facelift will be a 2.5 liter petrol unit rated at 192 horsepower. Alongside this unit, Mazda will also offer a turbo version of the same 2.5 liter engine. This time, the unit deliver 250 horsepower and it was first seen on the new generation CX-9. 

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The re-engineered, refined Mazda6 is expected to go on sale in spring 2018.