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Country of origin:Japan
Produced in:2008
Introduced at:2008 NAIAS
Source:Company press release
Last updated:December 24, 2008
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 Furai is making me Furious  
kentsan
05-02-2008
Nice, exciting, and anticipating is words to describe my feeling when i looked at this car. New renesis 20B engine with good power output. hopefully it will come into production because it's younger brother the RX8 really can't catch up with many other Japanese sports car. Even the new Honda civic Type-R with only 225Hp can smoke it. I love rotary engine, but with a turbo charger, it will definatelly make this car better.
 I'm shivering with anticipation.....  
Turbo.Jenkens
12-17-2007
Though one can't make out much of the car from the picture, I like what I see. Having seen the B-K Motorsports' C65 race in the ALMS, I assure you the R20B (beer keg) screams like the Devil. Actually I attribute a good portion of my hearing loss to that car in particular. The grate on the top is absolutely required because the R20B produces insane amounts of heat. The mirror design is novel, but seems impractical. Personally I think the sideview mirror would be more useful on top of the large wheel arches, but its a concept so I suppose it really doesn't matter. Thank you Mazda, this is a reassuring step towards what I and all other Wankel heads dream of.
 can't wait!  
Wes.Coleman
12-17-2007
I can't wait for this car to debut in Detroit next month! From the teaser shot, it looks absolutely sinister, in a flat black paint scheme; arguably a worthy Batmobile. It's got a brand new 3-rotor rotary engine, and is based on a Courage Le Mans prototype chassis. Hark! Could this be daughter of the iconic 787B Group C Le Mans car? I certainly hope so!

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