Mazda has announced that it’s increasing production of its new crossover SUV, the CX-5, in order to meet increasing demand. They will increase production from 200,000 units to 240,000 units per year. They’ll also increase the number of SKYACTIV engines to 800,000 units annually. In order to achieve this Mazda will upgrade their assembly line with what they call Monotsukuri Innovation. The CX-5 is the first Mazda model to feature the full SKYACTIV Technology and has had a successful launch so far. We are currently driving a CX-5 this week and will have our full road-test review in the coming weeks.