Mazda offers something great in its new line. It includes the new RX-8 that is made more powerful and lighter. The launch of such models has ushered it in as a sports car like no other.
Tetsu Nakazawa, RX-8 Vehicle Line Manager, “Since its inception, the RX-8 has continued to earn rave reviews from the automotive press. The RX-8 is a sports car built for the real world, ideal for zooming in. a track, but just as suitable for taking the kids to soccer practice. It’s a true sports car that can do double duty. “
The 2007 Mazda RX-8 is available as a 232 horsepower model designed with a six-speed manual transmission or a 212 horsepower model designed with a six-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters for a Driving feel similar to Formula 1 style. Both cars are equipped with power door locks, mirrors, cruise control and an AM / FM / CD audio system with 6 speakers. Basically most of these electrical parts are based on the parts of the 1981 Mazda RX-7, only they were updated and modified to create something better.
Beneath the Mazda RX-8 is a race car character wrapped in a sleek sports car. Its revolutionary Rotary Engine Genesis (RENESIS) engine, also known as the Renaissance rotary engine, is the product of meticulous design, engineering and manufacturing processes. In fact, it is the only rotary-powered passenger car in the world that is mass-produced. The engine is capable of efficiently performing the four essential processes crucial to keeping the car powerful and agile.
Mazda RX-8 has a muscular build and a unique ‘freestyle’ design. Their goal is to show that a true sports car doesn’t have to compromise on space, convenience, and comfort. Mazda engineers have designed the latest addition to radiate versatility, style, performance and safety. In fact, several active and passive safety elements have been integrated into the car.
Active safety features include the use of large, all-wheel ABS-equipped disc brakes, precise steering, dynamic stability control, and suspension systems. Passive safety features, on the other hand, consist of front airbags, seat-mounted side curtain airbags, and side-impact airbags. In addition, the front and engine compartment have large crumple zones and the front seats are designed to reduce whiplash injuries.