Mazda MX-5 RF
A love of driving and a love of the earth can, and indeed must be harmonious. To ensure a long and happy relationship between cars, people, and our planet, Mazda is focused on developing the entire lifecycle of its vehicles in an environmentally friendly manner. As Mazda introduces new sustainable technologies, it carefully considers the manufacture, usage, and the end-of-life recycling of its cars to minimize the environmental impact, so you can love driving and love the world around you.
MAZDA'S JOURNEY TO 2030 By 2030 Mazda will have reduced its corporate average CO 2 emissions to 50% of its 2010 levels. Between 2022 and 2025, 13 new Mazda cars will launch, powered by a mix of hybrid electric, plug in hybrid, and fully electric vehicles. Mazda is well on its way to net zero CO 2 emissions by 2050.
BY 2050, MAZDA WILL ACHIEVE CARBON NEUTRALITY DURING THE ENTIRE LIFE CYCLE OF ITS VEHICLES AND THE ENTIRE SUPPLY CHAIN.
The right car in the right place There is more to reducing emissions than simply switching over to battery electric vehicles. If the electrical energy used to charge these cars is not produced sustainably then the emissions are merely moved to power stations. That’s why Mazda offers a multi-solution approach, providing a range of efficient internal combustion, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric cars to suit customers’ needs and the power-generation situations across the world.
REDUCING EMISSIONS FROM MANUFACTURING Mazda takes responsibility for the emissions produced by its cars, not just when they’re being driven, but also when they are made and when they reach the end of their use. To reduce the CO2 emissions during the entire life of the vehicle, Mazda uses a Life Cycle Assessment, which allows it to pinpoint areas that can reduce the environmental burden of car manufacture, delivery, use, and recycling.