With a name that translates to “sound of the wind” and a slogan that reads “Soul of a Sports Car”, the Mazda Furai Concept has built itself up to be something special even before you have seen it.

With a name that translates to “sound of the wind” and a slogan that reads “Soul of a Sports Car”, the Mazda Furai Concept has built itself up to be something special even before you have seen it. But only when you see this beauty in person can you truly appreciate how the Nagare design language has developed. The purpose of this vehicle is to bridge the gap between the single-purpose racecars and street-legal performance models(supercars).

Under the bonnet (so to speak) you will find the 450-horsepower RENESIS-based R20B three-rotor rotary engine tuned to operate on 100% ethanol and the chassis comes straight from the Courage C65 which raced in the American Le Mans Series in 2005 & 2006.

The design lines of this concept are intended to be the basis of future production models, but unfortunately Mazda has categorically stated this concept will not make it to the production line.

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Mazda Furai Debuts in Detroit