NAIAS 2008: Mazda Taiki Concept Car

Posted: Jan 13 2008, 10:10am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:40am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
NAIAS 2008: Mazda Taiki Concept Car
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Mazda will show the Taiki concept car at the Detroit Auto Show 2008.

The Mazda Taiki reflects one possible direction for a future generation of Mazda sports cars.
Mazda Taiki, further evolves the “flow” theme based on the Nagare concept car line, and visually expresses the atmosphere - called taiki in Japanese - that wraps the Earth in its protective mantle.
Technologies introduced for the Mazda Taiki include the next-generation RENESIS (rotary engine 16X, refer to book separate volume for details), which sets new standards for environmental and driving performance, a front-engine rear-wheel-drive layout, unique 2-seat configuration, and others which convey an image of lightness. The effect integrates perfectly the design theme to realize unbeatable aerodynamic performance.
Via this Mazda press-release.

The Detroit Auto Show 2008 (NAIAS 2008) is taking place this week. See the hottest car announcements in our Car and Vehicle section.

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