Mysterious sports car Mazda declassified before the premiere (video)

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Mysterious Mazda sports car declassified ahead of premiere (video)

Mazda's concept sports car features an elegant design and swing-up doors. The car may be a harbinger of the new generation Mazda MX-5 or a prototype of an electric sports car.

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Mazda has declassified the Vision Study compact sports coupe. The concept car was shown during the presentation of the strategy of the Japanese brand. The video with the sports car was published on the official Mazda Youtube channel.

Mysterious Mazda sports car declassified ahead of premiere (video)

Mysterious Mazda sports car declassified ahead of premiere (video )

The new Mazda Vision Study is a sleek, sporty coupe with sleek lines and flared fenders. It has a long hood, and the interior is shifted as far back as possible. Mazda's signature grille is paired with slim LED headlights. Car doors rise up.

Mysterious Mazda sports car declassified ahead of premiere (video )

Mysterious Mazda sports car declassified ahead of premiere (video)

Mazda hasn't said anything about the future model. According to one version, this is the fifth generation Mazda MX-5 convertible prototype. In this case, the production model will lose the roof and get regular doors. It was previously announced that the new Mazda MX-5 will remain gasoline and rear-wheel drive.

However, it is possible that this will be a separate model, and electric. The video showed the chassis of a car with a metal box behind the seats – a battery can be installed there.

In addition, Mazda's new strategy involves increasing the share of electric vehicles among the company's products to 40%. At the moment, only one Mazda electric car is produced – the MX-30 crossover.