The concept is equipped with a 1.0-litre DISI turbo engine and uses a USB stick as a key and an interface port for programming the hard disc drive for the car.
It also features a “morphing” back seating system that uses compressed air. This provides centre seating for one and side seating for two by changing the seat configuration. It also has "flat-fold” seating which offers storage practicality for carrying larger items.
It will share the stage with the Mazda Crossport concept, Mazda2 facelift, the third-generation Mazda MX-5, the Mazda6 MPS and the recently launched Mazda6 facelift and the compact Mazda5 on September 13.