Mazda teases new concept sports car ahead of Tokyo debut

Mazda teases new concept sports car ahead of Tokyo debut

Mazda teases new concept sports car ahead of Tokyo debut

Mazda has released this picture of a new concept sports car ahead of its debut at next month’s Tokyo Motor Show – and hinted that it could be rotary-powered.

Details are sketchy but, in a statement, the carmaker said: “Despite its modern look, Mazda’s latest creation clearly embodies the carmaker’s lineage.”

Some are suggesting it could sit above the MX-5 in Mazda’s range as a replacement for the rotary-powered RX-8, which was axed in 2012.

The new sports car will appear alongside two racing-spec MX-5s on the Tokyo stand, as well as a 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport 110S – the company’s first rotary powered mass-production model.

The Mazda Koeru crossover SUV concept, which made its debut at the recent Frankfurt Motor Show, will also be on display.

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