According to recent auto news, Toyota and Mazda will produce a new subcompact for the North American market. Toyota will rebadge the Mazda 2 at its Guanajuato State plant in Mexico.
Think it’s about time manufacturers bring back genuine three-doors shooting brake variant.
According to Autocar, A four-seat coupe version of the all-new Mazda 6 is under consideration. When rendering this Mazda 6 Coupe, I’ve shortened the sedan’s rear overhang. I’ve also reduced the height. The front has a smaller grill, while the rear number plate housing was moved to the bumper.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These renderings were featured in Road and Track a month ago. The article was about the jointly developed roadster by Alfa Romeo and Mazda due in 2014.
With the Range Rover Evoque 3-door bringing back some interest to 3-door crossovers, a 3-door CX-5 can happen.
I love the Mazda Takeri Concept. And if this concept previews the next Mazda 6, my rendering shows it doesn’t take much of “productionising”. Mazda is seriously getting better with each new generation of the 6.
According to Paul Tan, Mazda has agree to supply its Premacy MPV to Nissan from May this year for sale in Japan. Paul also mentioned Nissan’s version of the Premacy will be clearly differentiated to Mazda’s. Perhaps new sheet metal (sans the Nagare-flow design on the side doors) and revise front fascia, as in my [...]
According to Autocar, Mazda is well advanced with a new-generation rotary engine which it intends to use in an all-new sports model. Insiders say it is most likely to power a two-door coupe built in the image of the most recent RX-7. It went on to say the new car will likely to be called [...]
Just an idea how the BT-50 might look better. Agree?