Mazda introduced its newest product, Expecting flowing, taut lines to appear on all of the Mazda3 and Mazda6 MX-5 Miata to and potential of the RX-8 successor; on that note, we can get a decent machine that rotates around here or what?
Because the "tense" and "organic" design becomes more and more common nowadays, how Mazda emphasizes the elements of their own unique designs? Like most of the homages unofficial (because we all know this is not a pure native or layout design), the answer is in the details.
Looking at the nose, new Mazdas should get much more open mouth in place of "stupid happy" seems now largely stuck to the victim's car makers. After closer inspection, you will see a chrome strip (or "signature wings") on the basis of the lattice that extends through the front light as a bird with spread wings.
This is a safe bet that we will not see those lights Iron Man production resources, as well as twisted-metal bits.
Tail of the car seems more in sync with the current lineup, but both evolve. Even a little chrome wing-ding of the nose make up, running under the boot lid and into the rear lights.
Inside, the Shinari impersonates another, but not well: we need a bucket-like carapace for four occupants fictitious, and some 'beer cans worth of aluminum trim.
The idea of a driver-centric interior, it's nothing new. Unfortunately, neither is the idea of the cockpit to adjust individual residents (see the Essence). If this indeed becomes an asymmetrical style Mazda recurring elements, they will be beaten to the punch Infiniti. If not, gauge layout is beautiful and good, if any, which Shinari show that Mazda is currently staying and has big plans for the future.
The interior of the technology so far limited to the roar of a Human Machine Interface (HMI) - probably run by Skynet - which provide drivers with Business, Pleasure, and Sports modes. From the description, it seems only the evolution of man / car / computer fusion.
Mazda North America design director Derek Jenkins said, "We want to play in the same group with BMW and Audi in fit and finish we want the same quality level .." Hooray for the benchmark, now let's go there.
Expect to see Shinari between killing another car designers in Paris this autumn. In the quotation from carscoop