Concept: Mazda Taiki

By Editors on January 15, 2008 1:45 PM
Sticking with their theme of elemental concept cars like the Nagare ("flow") and Furai ("sound of wind"), Mazda has created the Taiki. Roughly translated, Taiki means "atmosphere," which supposedly explains the cars glass canopy, elongated body and funky rear wheel arches. Like Mazda's road-going RX-8, the Taiki features a RENESIS rotary engine, rear-wheel drive and just two seats.
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