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Mazda RX Vision Concept

Mazda RX Vision Concept Here's your chance to own a 750+whp Cts-V3 or $50k in ...

Mazda RX Vision Concept 

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The rotary engine is something that has been precious to the automotive world for years. A crazed Nazi fascist named Felix Wankel invented the Rotary engine back in the early 50’s. He was so nuts that he was kicked out of the Nazi party. Nothing will verify your craziness than getting kicked out of the cult of crazies. Although crazy, he was quite brilliant. The rotary design was no doubt the highlight of his life, but was it really that great? They’ve never been the most reliable and require a constant maintenance, but there is something special about hitting 7,000 rpm’s in a rotary. Fuel economy was terrible. The apex seals wouldn’t hold up. It seemed to drink oil almost as fast as it did fuel. Knowing all of these problems, we still love them. What would happen if all of these problems were magically fixed and appeared in a new Mazda sports car? We’re about to find out. Welcome to the Mazda RX Vision.

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This car is what every rotary nut has been waiting for since Mazda announced the discontinuation of the RX-8 in 2011. After four years of rumors and speculation, Mazda has shown its hand. This is the concept for the new RX model. Mazda won’t give us much information, but do they need to say anything when they bring a car this stunning? It looks like an RX-7 got smacked with a dose of Mazda’s Furai concept. They will confirm one thing; it has a rotary.

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Its appearance at the Tokyo Motor Show has gotten a lot of people excited. They say that this new rotary will be called the Sky-Activ-R and will meet the fuel economy demands of the modern day along with addressing many of the rotary’s issues. This is exciting. The car looks great. The motor could be great. Can Mazda be great again?

People think rotary can not meet modern Eco demands. The SkyActiv engineers worked on rotary and have it cutting edge tech. It is an essential part of our DNA and it just be passed onto future engineers. It is synonymous with the brand. Some time in the future it will return and be called SkyActiv-R.” – Kiyoshi Fujiwara – Mazda’s head of research and development

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