Mazda Taiki Concept
Mazda Motor Corp.. will feature all-new Mazda Atenza, Mazda Taiki Concept, Mazda Premacy Hydrogen RE Hybrid and a number of safety technologies and lingungan.Not to be outdone by the other Japanese competitors,
Mazda introduced the concept trbarunya who was named the Mazda Taiki. This concept is the successor to the previous trilogy concept car, the Mazda Nagare, Mazda Ryuga, and Mazda Hakaze. Compared to its predecessor, the Mazda Taiki more sophisticated and more complete with
Nagare design concept combines style with a rotary engine of the future.
Mazda Taiki is the ideal form of a future sports car with a front engined rear wheel motion. Taiki name itself is taken from the Japanese language which means the atmosphere. The vehicle is capable of expressing the visualization of airflow, where it is reflected from the exterior design of Taiki who do not have many clear line curves and a futuristic interior design.Not only the unique exterior design, Taiki is also supported by the latest generation of Mazda's rotary engine that is "16X Renesis rotary plant", which can produce a maximum vehicle performance and environment-friendly.
Mazda Premacy Mazda5 Hydrogen RE Hybrid or a hydrogen-fueled rotary engine but also can consume gasoline. This hybrid system effectively converts energy from hydrogen is so electric motor drive listrik.After the world debut at the Frankfurt motor show last Atenza/Mazda6 Mazda will be formally introduced in Japan. In Tokyo, for pertamakaliny Mazda will introduce a more sporty version. This new Mazda6, according to Mazda, is a major leap forward compared to its predecessor in terms of enjoyment factor of performance, safety and environment.Mazda Taiki Concept is the successor to the previous trilogy concept car, the Mazda Nagare, Mazda Ryuga, and Mazda Hakaze. Compared to its predecessor, the Mazda Taiki and more sophisticated blends perfectly with the flowing Nagare design concept with a rotary engine of the future. Mazda Taiki is the ideal form of the future of sport with the motion of the front engined rear wheel.