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Mazda Rolls Out Limited Edition 30th Anniversary MX-5 Miata

It is sad that RX-7, one of the motoring icon of the 80/90s, is gone forever. RX8 was a failed attempt carry the torch left behind by FC/FC series. Luckily, Mazda Miata, AKA MX-5, managed to weather the market to live on till today. The iconic roadster from Mazda managed to continue to live to a ripe old age of 30 and that really calls for a celebration. Continue reading Mazda Rolls Out Limited Edition 30th Anniversary MX-5 Miata

Mazda Rotary Engine Will Live On… As An EV Range-Extender

Finally, Mazda is getting into the electric vehicle bandwagon… in 2020. The Hiroshima headquartered automaker will launch its first EVs in 2020 as part of the company’s ’Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030’ long-term technology development program. Well, I guess it’s better late than never, right? Anyways, this is not an automobile blog and usually, this kind of ‘news’ is not exactly our forfeit and it will be here taking up precious post space, but this one is different because, it involves my all-time personal favorite engine invention: the rotary engine, AKA Wankel engine. Continue reading Mazda Rotary Engine Will Live On… As An EV Range-Extender

For Some Reasons, Mazda Only Wants You To See The Back Of The 2019 MX-5

I open our inbox and saw a catching title that goes “2019 Mazda MX-5: More Power, Greater Pleasure.” It piqued my interest because, MX-5. Now, this site isn’t an auto-only blog, but when a car as lustrous as the MX-5 gets an update, we are compelled to let you in and so, here it is, news about the impending update of Mazda’s bestselling roadster. Well, it’s not like Mazda has a lot of roadster, duh… Anyways, it is just an update; not a spanking new model, so calm down. Continue reading For Some Reasons, Mazda Only Wants You To See The Back Of The 2019 MX-5

Mazda’s All-new MX-5 Turned Into Vintage-ish Spyder And Speedster

Mazda’s classy MX-5, otherwise known as Miata in its Japan home turf, is pretty, but it hardly stacks up to the exotic roadsters. However, things for this pocket roadster takes a turn at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas earlier this month. The Japanese automaker showcased two head-turning MX-5 based on the all-new, SKYACTIV Technology-driven 2016 MX-5 Miata, called MX-5 Spyder and MX-5 Speedster, and boy do they look brilliant. Continue reading Mazda’s All-new MX-5 Turned Into Vintage-ish Spyder And Speedster

Mazda Wants to Keep Rotary Engine Alive with RX-VISION Concept

We still see Mazda RX-8s and even FC and FD series RX-7s running around on the streets and so, to us rotary engine is far from dead – even though in reality, the last of rotary-powered RX-8 rolled off the line three years ago. While some may mourn over the death of this incredible motor, Mazda decided it does not have to end this way. The Japanese automaker has unveiled a new rotary-power Mazda RX-VISION, a front-engine, rear-wheel drive sports car concept, at the Tokyo Motor Show today. The car, which bears the KODO design-based proportions, sports a flowing form that has an uncanny resemblance to a certain M brand from Italy. Continue reading Mazda Wants to Keep Rotary Engine Alive with RX-VISION Concept

Mazda Fourth-Generation MX5 Roadster Officially Unveiled

finally, the much anticipated fourth generation Mazda MX-5 roadster has been unveiled at an exclusive event in Barcelona, as well as in Japan and the U.S. the new MX-5 tips the scale at over 100 kg less than the outgoing model and also claimed as one having the lowest center of gravity to date. the fourth-generation MX-5 also adopts Mazda’s SKYACTIV Technology, including specially tuned SKYACTIV-G petrol engines, which is the first rear-wheel drive version of the SKYACTIV-Chassis. though official, there is virtually no details on its specifications at this point. we suspect the so-called unveiling is merely to keep the interest alive as it has been a while since the beginning of the talk about a successor to the third-generation MX-5. Continue reading Mazda Fourth-Generation MX5 Roadster Officially Unveiled

1,000 Mazda MX-5 25th Anniversary Edition To Go On Sale In August, UK Gets 750

25 years is long time for model in the automotive world and that’s a reason good enough for Mazda to celebrate the two-and-half decades of the MX-5 Roadster. first unveiled at the New York Auto Show in April, the Mazda MX-5 Roadster Coupe 2.0-liter 25th Anniversary Limited Edition will go on sale on August 1, 2014 with only 1,000 units available worldwide. a thousand is a minuscule number, but for folks in UK has a wee bit to rejoice as 75 percent of the lot, aka 750 units will be heading to the UK market, while the rest of the world will have to vie for the other 250 examples. the number reserved for UK shouldn’t be a surprise at all; British are traditionally known for their love for open-top motoring. Continue reading 1,000 Mazda MX-5 25th Anniversary Edition To Go On Sale In August, UK Gets 750

Pininfarina Alfa Romeo 2uettottanta to hit production in 2015

more often than not, an exotic concept hardly gets to see the light of production but there is always an exception and the Pininfarina Alfa Romeo 2uettottanta happens to be one such exception. originally premiered at the 2010 Geneva Auto Show, the the Pininfarina-designed Alfa Romeo 2uettottanta is to set go into production in 2015 by Mazda at its Hiroshima plant. since Mazda is undertaking the task of rolling out this beautiful, open-top two seater ride, it is no surprise that the 2uettottanta will be based on the underpinning of the next-gen MX-5. Continue reading Pininfarina Alfa Romeo 2uettottanta to hit production in 2015