The Mazda RX-7 will be based on the Taiki concept unveiled this year at the Tokyo Motor Show. The replacement for the model produced until 1996 in Europe and 2003 in Japan will be unveiled within two or three years.
Mazda will unveil at the Tokyo Auto Show the RX-7 Coupe, a concept with design cues inspired by the Kabura and Ryuga, as well as other Mazda DNA. The RX-7 will be the first Mazda Rotary Coupe since the third-generation RX-7 launched in 1991.
Today at TopSpeed we will learn how to park a car in a tree. The lesson is not that hard, you just need to speed with 70 mph in a curve. You don’t believe me is that easy. Well, this is how a guy from Kent, Wash. did it.
He was driving with 70 mph, he entered a curve and lost control of his red Mazda RX-7. The result is a really nice parking in a tree, quite incredible actully, because the car is in a nearly vertical position against the tree.
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At Barcelona Tuning Show, Maxi Tuning presents the Mazda RX-7 Carbono, a special prototype designed for the Need For Speed Carnon.
The car seems to be removed from cartoons on races or, better, from video-games. The spectacular Mazda RX-Carbon features a very special finishing.
This RX-7 was built by VeilSide, one of the largest automotive aftermarket companies in Japan. Universal studios bought the car and change it for the movie The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
Mazda RX7 is a two-seater model fitted with the Recaro-made exclusive red full bucket seats. These lightweight seats reduce the overall chassis weight of the vehicle by approximately 10 kg. Braking performance is enhanced through the use of large drilled type ventilated disk brakes for all four wheels and high rigid stainless mesh brake hoses.