After the introduction of the all-new Mazda CX-4 at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show, we now bring you the first Chinese-market promotional video for the crossover. In it, we get to see a digitally-rendered version of the CX-4 as it shows off its features.

Touted as an active lifestyle vehicle here (you’ll see why), we are shown the crossover’s signature DRLs and LED headlamps, along with the rest of the car’s body. We then shift inwards, where we are greeted by a layout that is very similar to that on the Mazda 3.

Highlights inside the cabin include the MZD Connect seven-inch touchscreen infotainment unit with Commander Control, an electronic handbrake (with auto hold), dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery and a heads-up display.

In China, the CX-4 is offered with two four-cylinder SkyActiv-G petrol engines – 2.0 litre (158 hp and 202 Nm) and 2.5 litre (192 hp and 252 Nm). Transmission options include a SkyActiv-MT six-speed manual or SkyActiv-Drive six-speed automatic. Two- and four-wheel drive is available here as well, although the latter only comes with the larger of the two engines.

Even though the CX-4 is exclusive to China, Mazda officials have said that they’re evaluating other markets to introduce the CX-4 in for the near future. Would you want the crossover to be offered here in Malaysia and if so, what sort of features interest you the most?