Here’s something for the kids to do in isolation, thanks to Mazda.

Mazda has released a series of drawings from its range that the kids can colour-in.

Mazda says the positive effects of mindfulness practices, such as colouring-in and origami, are profound and well-documented in helping people reduce anxiety and exercise their motor skills and concentration.

At the very least it will occupy the kids for  a little while when the cry goes up — we’ve got nothing to do.

Mazda’s Alastair Doak said the designs were created to provide customers and Mazda fans an engaging activity to do with the family while spending more time at home.

“Mazda has long prided itself on beautiful design and we’re excited to be able to extend this to our customers and fans through this new project to enable them to explore their inner creativity at home,” he said.

“In celebration of our 100th Anniversary, we’ve included some really cool heritage models like Cosmo Sport, RX-8 and Mazda 323, and also got a nod to our next 100 years in the shape of MX-30 and RX-Vision.

“Hopefully it can provide some light relief and entertainment for our customers and Mazda fans through these challenging times.”

You can download full-size images from the Mazda Australia website as well as social media platforms with the hashtag #CreateMyMazda

 

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