Here’s a unique small electric vehicle from Mazda, the MX-30. The Mazda MX-30 EV is currently only available in California. Take a look at a few screenshots from the MX30 Quick Reference Guide.
The MX-30 does not have a B-pillar. Well, it kind of does. It’s kind of built into the door. Mazda says the vehicle is engineered to deliver “body strength and energy-absorbing efficiency on par with cars that have center pillars.” What many call suicide doors, Mazda calls the doors “freestyle doors,” with the front pair able to open 82 degrees and the rear doors 80 degrees due to “custom-designed hinges.”