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Mazda will unveil a new compact SUV at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.

The world debutant will be the second model in the company’s new-generation line-up and, as such, has latest design and architecture.

The new SKYACTIV engines include the brand’s SPCCI (Spark Plug Controlled Compression Ignition) technology.

Mazda claim it has a unique combustion method which manifests itself with the free-revving performance of a petrol engine and the frugality of a diesel.

The brand’s MX-5 30th Anniversary Edition makes its European debut. It is celebrating 30 years on the road – it made its world premier at the 1989 Chicago Motor Show. More than a million have been bought since.

The Mazda3 hatchback and saloon, the first of the new generation, will also be at Geneva.

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