The Tokyo Motor Show is among the world’s premier auto shows. Currently under way (until November 5th), the Tokyo Motor Show showcases the most hotly anticipated new releases and concept vehicles. Mazda premiered two new concepts: the Mazda Kai Concept and Mazda Vision Coupe.
The Mazda Kai Concept is a compact hatchback that offers a glimpse into the next-generation Mazdas. The Kai Concept is equipped with the new SkyActiv-X gasoline-powered engine, which is part of the new SkyActiv architecture promising a more refined expression of the KODO, Soul in Motion styling. These refinements are expressed in every aspect of the vehicle’s dynamic performance, producing a more quiet, comfortable and powerful experience wrapped in a svelte package.
The Vision Concept represents a glimpse into the future designs of next-generation Mazdas: swooping lines in keeping with Japanese design esthetics combined with amped-up KODO, Soul in Motion styling. The exterior, head-to-tail swooping design evokes speed, while its interior conveys three-dimensional depth, combined with an assertive longitudinal axis, to create a comfortable space which nonetheless conveys speed.
Mazda’s Sustainable Zoom-Zoom philosophy is an expression of its long-term vision in the field of technological development. The Japanese automaker strives to maintain “a sustainable and stimulating future for vehicles, people and Planet.”