Concept: Mazda Ryuga

February 1st, 2007 |
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The Mazda Ryuga certainly had my attention at the North American International Auto Show. It’s the second of four concept cars that Mazda plans to unveil during the 2007 auto show season. The car’s rich color, sleek shape and salon-like interior embodies Japanese flow. Plus, it features earth-friendly environmental technologies and people-friendly safety technologies including an E85/Gasoline flex fuel engine which runs on sustainable bio fuel and Charge-Coupled Device cameras to eliminate blind spots while driving. During the show, I had got an introduction to the Ryuga from Laurens van den Acker, general manager of the design division for Mazda Motor Corporation.

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