The network showed a render of the Mazda supercarMarch 15, 2020
An independent designer introduced the mid-engined supercar of the Japanese brand.
Most rear-wheel drive sports cars are made on the Old Continent and many of them are worthy of being called supercars. Italian and German brands are leaders in this segment. However, there are exceptions, such as the Pontiac Fiero and now the Chevy Corvette C8. There were also Japanese mid-engined sports cars, including Honda and Acura NSX.
Automotive designer Joseph Robinson introduced the Mazda supercar concept and published it on Behance. Combining Mazda’s philosophical approach to style and his own look at the supercar, Robinson was able to create a Japanese supercar that actually represents the brand’s Japanese designer heritage. One look at its panel, and you will see its resemblance to the Mazda.
Robinson also added that the concept of the Mazda supercar will have a hybrid power plant, which will include a rotary engine, paired with an electric motor. However, at the moment, the future of the Mazda rotary engine is still unknown, and, of course, the render is just a figment of someone’s imagination. Who knows? Perhaps sooner or later we will see a mid-engined Mazda supercar.
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