Mazda has taken the covers off the next-generation CX-8 crossover SUV, which will debut in Japan later this year.
A 2.2-litre clean diesel engine will power the CX-8, matched to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The new crossover will feature seven seats across three rows, and Mazda promises even adults comfortably can sit in the back.
The CX-8 is the flagship model in the Japanese line-up, the car maker says, with careful consideration taken with colours and materials.
The vehicle is slightly smaller than the CX-9, which is produced for the international market, with a 2.93m wheelbase. Overall the CX-8 stands at 4.9m long, 1.84m wide and 1.73m tall.