Why is Mazda moving ahead with a big SUV?

By 2020, Mazda expects to sell approximately 10 million of its luxury and sports cars worldwide.

That’s about half of the total global vehicle market, and nearly one-third of its annual revenue.

The automaker is also considering selling some of its larger luxury SUVs and SUVs with more performance options in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, as well as a larger sedan for markets like the U.S. and the U and Latin America.

While the SUVs will probably be sold in Europe first, Mazda is also talking with some of the world’s biggest automakers about a possible crossover SUV, according to a person familiar with the matter.

That could mean a crossover version of the Mazda6 SUV, which has been in production since the 1980s.

The person, who was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly, said Mazda is looking at the possibility of a crossover SUV to serve as a successor to the Mazda4 crossover SUV.

Mazda plans to announce a new SUV next year, the person said, but didn’t elaborate.

Mazdas new SUV, to be called the CX-9, will be a crossover between the Crossover and SUV.

It will be built at Mazda’s plant in Tuba City, Mexico, and the body is made at an Italian factory.

It’s expected to debut next year.

The CX9 is likely to be the first of three cars, including a sedan, crossover and SUV, that Mazda plans to build globally by 2020.

That would mark the automaker’s first SUV since it introduced the Mazda3 hatchback in the 1990s.

Mashimoto is also planning to build the first crossover SUV in Europe.

It is developing a sedan with a four-door sedan roof and a midsize crossover SUV with a small SUV roof and crossover doors.

The vehicle will be produced at Mazda Motors Europe’s plant.

The company has been developing the vehicle for at least three years.

The two-seat, two-door hatchback is expected to be unveiled next year at the Tokyo Motor Show.

The crossover SUV will likely debut at the same show, but may not be revealed until the next few years, the two-person source said.

Mizuho Electric, which makes the Mazda 3 hatchback, is also looking at a crossover vehicle.

The Japanese automaker, which also makes the C6 sedan and the MX-5 sedan, is likely going to start developing the crossover SUV next spring, but it won’t reveal the product until 2019, according a person close to the company.

Mikuni Electric is also likely to produce a crossover at its plant in Kagoshima, Japan.

That plant has already produced the C7 crossover, and will produce the C8 crossover.

Mika Motors is developing the MX4 sedan and crossover.

Its first SUV is expected in 2019.

Mitsubishi Motors is also in the early stages of developing a crossover car.

It plans to start producing a crossover in 2020, the company said.

I can’t say how long it will take Mitsubishi to produce the new crossover, the source said, noting that Mitsubishis plans are still in the process of determining a final design.

Mitsubinishi also isn’t sure how long Mitsubis crossover will be under production.

The Mazda4 SUV has already won praise from the press.

The new vehicle is expected for release later this year.

It’s likely that the first-generation CX SUV will be the most profitable vehicle the company will ever build.

The next-generation version will be cheaper than the current model, but will likely have lower mileage and be more fuel efficient, according of the sources.

One source said the current CX SUVs sell for $25,000 or more in the U, and are generally considered to be more affordable.

Mazda will likely increase that price by more than 20 percent in 2019 and 2020, said the source.