The car features an extremely low hood that only a rotary engine could allow for; all that’s missing are some pop-up headlights. In fact, the whole car is only 45.3 inches tall, nearly three inches shorter than the RX-7. It even features the iconic rounded door shape from the RX-7, which lift upwards slightly, similar to an Aston Martin. Those doors open to reveal a pretty simple cabin featuring a small infotainment screen, a gauge cluster screen, and a few switches on the center console.
“Mazda will always deliver vehicles that remind people that cars are pure joy and an indispensable part of their lives. As a car-loving company that mass-produces the inspiring mobility experience, we are committed to shaping the future with our partners sharing the same goal, as well as our fans, where everyone can proudly say, ‘we love cars.’ With such a strong will, Mazda is committed to enrich life-in-motion for those we serve.”
If Mazda doesn’t put this car into production, it would be a crime against the car enthusiast community. This is the big brother that the Mazda MX-5 Miata has deserved since the RX-8 left production more than a decade ago.
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