2007 Tokyo Motor Show: Mazda Taiki Unveiled - VIDEO ENHANCED

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TOKYO - October 24, 2007: The Mazda Taiki makes its debut appearance at the Tokyo Motor Show 2007. The fourth concept car in the Nagare (flow) design theme series, Mazda Taiki continues the evolution from the Mazda Nagare, Mazda Ryuga, and Mazda Hakaze by further advancing and refining the theme through a fusion of Nagare design with real-world technologies such as aerodynamic performance.

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Expressing one possible direction for a future Mazda sports car with a front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout, Mazda Taiki is powered by a next-generation rotary engine that achieves the perfect balance between Zoom-Zoom driving pleasure and environmentally responsible performance.

To watch the introductions and read more about Nagare, Ryuga and Hakaze click the links below:

Mazda Nagare
Mazda Ryuga
Mazda Hakaze

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