Mazda is set to usher in an all-new era for the Japanese automaker. That's because it will be debuting its first-ever electric vehicle to the market.

Slated to appear for the very first time at the Tokyo Motor Show, Mazda has released a teaser for its EV. October 23 is the date.

As of now, not much is known about Mazda's effort.

Prototypes have been spotted wearing a 2020 CX-30 body and reports indicate the prototype was equipped with a 35.5 kWh battery, which should deliver about 150 miles on a full charge. The internet rumor mill suggests a US-focused variant would receive a range extender but we'll see when the time comes. Mazda has indicated that its EV will be an all-new vehicle, so, we're expecting a compact sport-utility vehicle of some sort given it was testing with a CX-30's body on top of its chassis.

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