Mazda Tokyo Motor Show 2017

Mazda Tokyo Motor Show

Mazda shows us the future at the Tokyo 2017 Motor Show

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Mazda certainly stole the Tokyo Motor Show this year with its display of groundbreaking concept cars. Of the Mazda concept cars on show, one promoted the path that Mazda will be following for its next generation of products and the other displayed a clear direction for Mazda’s design vision. As well as these thrilling concepts, there were several exciting new models, just waiting to be released. In addition, there was the chance to revisit some of the current models, including the Mazda3, Mazda6, CX-3 and the CX-5. For more information about Mazda’s current models, just send us an enquiry.

Mazda Tokyo Motor Show

The next-generation concept car

Sporting a striking exterior, Mazda has produced a compact hatchback concept that clearly demonstrates where Mazda is going with its next generation of design and technology. The concept has taken the optimised functionality of SKYACTIV-Vehicle Architecture and combined it with a wholly human-centred approach. Thanks to the compression ignition technology of the SKYACTIV-X next-generation petrol engine (see more below!), this concept car also exhibits dramatically dynamic and highly refined performance.

Mazda Tokyo Motor Show 2017

Concept car showcases Mazda’s design visionCar

In 2012, the Mazda CX-5 was the first to benefit from Mazda’s inspirational KODO design language. The 2017 Tokyo Motor Show sees KODO: Soul of Motion design evolving to new heights, taking the unique beauty of the spirit of movement alive in the soul and body of every Mazda even further. This concept car truly embodies Mazda’s design vision and sets a benchmark for the evolution of the KODO design philosophy.

Mazda Tokyo Motor Show Concept

New SKYACTIV-X next-generation petrol engine

Yet another innovation from Mazda and it’s not even a car. The SKYACTIV-X next-generation petrol engine is a trailblazing new power unit from Mazda. The SKYACTIV-X engine is based on compression ignition technology, an area in which Mazda has special expertise, and this engine is the only one of its kind in the world ready for production. Currently, compression ignition technology is only used in diesel engines. Mazda will be making this technology commercially available in a petrol engine for the first time, offering significant gains in fuel efficiency. Mazda’s Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030 Vision seeks to provide practical solutions to maximise fuel efficiency by developing a combination of electric motor and internal combustion engine technologies, dedicated to the needs of its various markets internationally. The SKYACTIV-X next-generation petrol engine is, therefore, a significant component of this strategy.

 

New models from Mazda

The Mazda MX-5 Red Top features auburn nappa leather upholstery on the inside and, as its name suggests, a dark cherry red canopy on the outside – it looks absolutely superb. Perfect for the big family or if you just seem to end up carrying a lot of passengers, the new Mazda CX-8 offers three rows of seats, as well as a clean diesel engine, the upgraded SKYACTIV-D 2.2 – it will be going on sale in Japan this December. Mazda also brought two other new models to the Tokyo show: the Mazda2 Noble Crimson, another special edition, and an updated Mazda MX-5 RF. If you’re intrigued by any of these new models and want to find out more , please just get in touch with us at Brayley Mazda.

Mazda enters a new era at Tokyo 2017

To find out more about upcoming Mazda models or any of the new Mazda range, please call us or send us a Mazda Tokyo Motor Show enquiry

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