Mazda on Wednesday released a teaser image for a sports car it will show off at the Tokyo Motor Show onÂ Oct. 28.
The automaker divulgedÂ few details about the car, other than to say it would “almost condenseÂ Mazda’s entire history of sports car development into a single model,” which means nothing in itself. What may be more significant is that the car will be shown alongside a 1967 Cosmo Sport, which was rotary powered. Or maybe that doesn’t matter at all.
We’ve all but given up on rotary powered engines being fuel-efficient and commercially viableÂ so calling this an RX concept would be a long throw.
Nonetheless, the classic sports car proportions are all there: long hood, steeply sloped rear end, two doors and presumably two seats.
Is this the next-generation FT86 that Mazda could make with Toyota?