This is the time of the year when many concept vehicles are displayed at various auto shows. Mazda is no exception to that rule, as the Tokyo Auto Salon was the place chosen for showing off Mazda’s new concept vehicles.
Mazda has five concept cars, all of which are modified versions of existing Mazda vehicles. Three of the concepts are based on the Mazda CX-3, the Mazda6 (or Atenza) and the Mazda2. The other two concepts are based on the Mazda MX-5, which is called the Roadster in Japan.
Standing out of the concept car lineup up is the first MX-5, which is the RS Racing Concept. This car is glossy black with a red-accented front aero splitter, side skirts, and a new dual exhaust.
Similar to the RS Racing Concept are the CX-3 and Mazda6 concepts. These also have a red-and-black color scheme, bumpers, spoilers, and color-trimmed wheels.
The other MX-5 is dubbed the NR-A Racing Spec. It comes with a tow hook, roll cage, and racing bucket seats. This vehicle is ready for racing with white, silver, red and black designs.
The fifth concept car is a rally-tailored Mazda2. This vehicle has a stripped cabin, tally wheels, and a roll cage.
We at El Dorado Mazda love to see the new concepts and ideas that Mazda has. If you want to see the current Mazda vehicles on the market, stop by El Dorado Mazda.