Mazda showcases its i-ACTIVSENSE advanced safety technology at the Gadget Show Live 2015

Mazda will be exhibiting at Britain’s leading technology event – the Gadget Show Live 2015 – from the 7th April. The all-new Mazda CX-3 will take centre stage on the Mazda stand, visitors to next week’s Gadget Show will also see the all-new Mazda2, 2015 Mazda6 and 2015 Mazda CX-5, while Mazda’s indoor driving experience area will give gadget fans the opportunity to experience some of the advanced technology found in Mazda vehicles. “We’re delighted to be attending the Gadget Show Live as it gives us the opportunity to highlight the impressive levels of technology in our cars. Our i-ACTIVSENSE advanced driver-supporting safety technology is a great example of Mazda using technology to help the driver.  Experiencing how these systems work from behind the wheel is the perfect way for customers to understand their benefits and the Gadget Show Live indoor driving experience area…

Mazda unveils rotary sports car concept in Tokyo

  Mazda RX-VISION features next-generation SKYACTIV-R rotary engine Company sees new potential in a powerplant that is synonymous with the brand Mazda Motor Corporation unveiled the Mazda RX-VISION today at the Tokyo Motor Show. The sports car concept is powered by a next-generation SKYACTIV-R rotary engine, the unconventional technology that is perhaps the most compelling symbol of the carmaker’s challenger spirit. An exquisitely proportioned front-engine, rear-wheel drive model, the RX-VISION represents a “vision” of the future that could only come from Mazda. And one that countless fans of the brand around the world hope will become a reality. Rotary engines are unique in that they generate power through the rotational motion of triangular rotors (unlike the reciprocating pistons in conventional automotive engines). Overcoming numerous technical difficulties, Mazda succeeded in commercialising rotary power, first in the Mazda Cosmo Sport 110S in 1967 and then in…