The Japanese automaker Mazda Glaring at the Geneva Motor Show with two very important developments, which perfectly embody the different faces of a brand booming. Sports concept first rotary-engined RX-VISION and moreover 1.5 l diesel engine SKYACTIV-D 105 hp for the Mazda3.
The Japanese automaker Mazda , which has obtained during the 2015 amount of awards for quality and spectacular design of much of their vehicles, wants to start 2016 with great foot and it dazzles at the Geneva Motor Show with two new very important, they embody perfectly the different faces of a brand booming. First it highlights the European launch of its prototype RX-VISION a sports concept with rotary engine, already rewarded for its impressive design, to the delight of lovers of the brand, and moreover its greener, functional and rational face with the new Mazda3 with lower emissions figures to date, which have been equipped with the new diesel engine 1.5 – liter SKYACTIV-D .
The Mazda RX-VISION makes its European debut at the Geneva Motor Show with its sporty style and declared “most beautiful concept car of the year” represents the latest brand vision of what should be a car full of emotion. Interprets uniquely philosophy KODO design of Mazda, which tries to capture the essence of the movement. Their shapes are possible thanks to the compactness of therotary engine SKYACTIV-R . Mazda shows once again its commitment to the perfection of the sports essence , a lightweight sports car with rear – wheel drive in which bet again on the rotating propulsion.
His more conservative and ecological side is demonstrated by incorporating the new Mazda3 your engine more efficient , the 1.5 – liter SKYACTIV-D . It is an extremely clean diesel, which desarrolladno 105 hp of power and 270 Nm engine torque, delivers an adjusted consumption to 3.8 l / 100 km and CO2 emissions below 100 g / km . Stresses in this engine, which is already mounted on the new Mazda CX-3 and Mazda2, technology Natural Sound Smoother , absorbing the vibrations of the pistons.
The demand for the current generation of models Mazda continues to grow exponentially. LastJanuary sales in Europe registered a growth of 33.5% . That same month, Mazda achieved a market share of 1.8% (versus 1.4% in January 2015 and 0.9% in the same month of 2012).