With the new Sports car on the horizon, Mazda has already started to stir the interests of automobile enthusiasts at home and on a global scale. The new Mazda sports car, despite its contemporary look, is the company’s latest creation and clearly embodies the Hiroshima-based manufacturer’s sports car lineage. Accordingly, Mazda designers has toiled to condense the company’s sports car history to as great a degree as possible into this new-generation sports car. True to the theme of the carmaker’s stand “Accelerate toward our dreams”, Mazda is also highlighting the brand’s unique approach to the joy of driving.
At the Tokyo Motor show, Mazda will set up a special motor-sport exhibition, featuring two racing-spec Mazda MX-5s and the famed 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport 110S. The Cosmo Sport 110S is Mazda’s first rotary powered mass-production variant. Alongside the MX-5 and Cosmo Sport is none other than the recently premiered Mazda KOERU crossover concept, which debut at the IAA Frankfurt.
Aside from the Sports and SUV Crossover repertoire, Mazda will allocate fourteen current variants with KODO – Soul of Motion and SKYACTIV Technologies for exhibition purposes at the Tokyo Motor show. At the other corner, there’s the Smart Mobility City where Mazda will showcase safety technologies such as its innovative human machine interface, omni-directional sensing concept and Mazda Proactive Safety systems.
Mazda’s impressive list of exhibits to look for at the Tokyo Motor show include: Mazda sports car concept (world premiere), Mazda KOERU (Japanese premiere), MX-5 Global Cup racing spec, MX-5 NR-A (with race accessories), MX-5 special needs vehicle with hand controls, Cosmo Sport 110S, MX-5, CX-3, CX-5, Mazda6, Mazda2, Mazda3 and Mazda Flair Wagon, as well as the SKYACTIV-G 2.5, SKYACTIV-D 2.2 and SKYACTIV-D 1.5 powerplants.