Charged Mazda 3 TCP presented in Los AngelesNovember 23, 2019
The Japanese company presented at the automobile exhibition racing Mazda3 in the TCR version.
According to the tarantas.news portal, this race car was created to participate in TCR races and can win any of 36 championships around the world. The new car is not intended for use on public roads.
The vehicle is based on the 2019 Mazda 3 hatchback, but the TCR variation has got a massive rear spoiler, as well as a set of aerodynamic modifications. Attention is drawn to the impressive front splitter, as well as the outstanding rear diffuser with one exhaust pipe in the middle.
The Mazda3 TCR is equipped with 18-inch Rays rims with Michelin racing tires. The car’s suspension has been brought to mind by installing Bilstein components and Öhlins optional shock absorbers.
The car is driven by a four-cylinder turbo engine, which, when reaching 7000 rpm, produces 350 hp. and a torque of 490 Nm. The power unit is connected to a six-speed sequential SADEV transmission with an optional Xtrac add-on. This configuration allows the vehicle to accelerate to 241 km / h, and effective braking is provided by Brembo brakes.
Mazda representatives assure that the 2020 Mazda 3 TCR will participate in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, and its racing premiere will take place during the four-hour endurance test Rolex 24 Daytona in January next year.
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