In 2017, Mazda made its fans around the globe “boiling” because of the beautiful Vision Coupe concept, even being rated as the “4-door coupe” that conforms to the most “textbook” standards in the world. bridge. Not long after that, there were rumors that Mazda was preparing to put the car into finishing and assembly.
Mazda Vision Coupe concept.
Even so, it’s been five years now and the Mazda Vision Coupe still seems to be on paper. Even according to what the company’s leaders have admitted in the past, it is highly likely that they will stop this project and beyond, sports cars. The root cause is actually only 3 letters: S, U and V.
As Mazda Europe technical director Joachim Kunz confirmed to Autocar, the most important thing for them at the moment is to sell SUVs. “It would be nice to have a 6-cylinder engine for the Mazda6 or a large sports coupe,” he admits, but also insists their minds are on the SUV.
Thus, Mazda’s lineup of cars will be “transformed” half-heartedly with SUVs running on their own chassis (a new large format supporting a newly-introduced 6-cylinder engine) and other models running on old chassis.
In addition to the 2017 Mazda Vision Coupe, the equally eye-catching concept, the RX Vision (2015), is also excluded from Mazda’s plans. The technology they perfected for sports cars is a new generation rotary engine that is now used only to improved operating range for the MX-30 electric SUV.
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