Interesting -- a very light restyle, as I suspected, but these new visual cues in the grill or headline will likely align with where Mazda is taking their next gen CX-50, 6 and other models. I suspect this CX-5 will coexist with the more premium, RWD based CX-50, much like the CX-30 and CX-3 coexisted for two model years, partly to give buyers a lower cost option, but also for Mazda to hedge their bets if the premium positioning on the CX-50 doesn't work out. I wonder if the 2022 3 will also have a similar revision to its headlight and grill treatment?Here are some leaked specs and pictures of the new CX5 that seems to follow the design from the CX30/Mazda3. What is interesting is that the 2.5l output increased to 196hp. There are no details on what changed or if the torque also improved.