Mazda RX-Vision Concept

Oct 29, 2015

Category: Rides

We mostly care about Mazda because of their MX-5 Miata, but the Miata hasn’t always been the only sports car in the car maker’s inventory. The company used to have a line of RX cars as well, and now they’ve revived the line with a new concept, the RX-Vision.

It’s a rotary-powered sports car that’s front-engined and uses rear-wheel drive. The engine has been dubbed the SkyActiv-R, although Mazda has yet to delve into what exactly the new engine is all about. The car’s exterior design is loaded with style, with lighting elements around the headlights that create silhouettes that recall the pop-up lights of the FD and other RX-7 models. It also has a long hood and short rear, giving it an Aston Martin vibe. Surprisingly, the interior doesn’t contain any screens or impressive technology, but instead serves as an ode to when cars were about driving, not displays.

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