Mazda has unveiled the highly-anticipated RX-VISION concept at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Described as a "vision of the future that Mazda hopes to one day make into reality," the concept is a rear-wheel drive sports car that features a stylish KODO design.
Gallery: Mazda RX-Vision concept
Mazda didn't have much to say about the car but it has an aggressive front fascia with a prominent grille and a front lip spoiler. The model also has a rakish windscreen, a ventilated hood and massive alloy wheels. Other highlights include front fender vents, a rear diffuser and a dual exhaust system.
The interior is relatively straight forward as it features a minimalist design with a leather-wrapped dashboard, a three-spoke steering wheel and a bespoke instrument cluster. The cabin also boasts carbon fiber trim and alloy pedals.
Power is provided by an all-new SKYACTIV-R rotary engine. There's no word on specifications but Mazda says they have "never stopped research and development efforts towards the rotary engine" and the SKYACTIV-R expresses the company's "determination to take on challenges with convention-defying aspirations and the latest technology."
In a statement, Mazda CEO Masamichi Kogai said "I look forward to talking with you more about this vision we have revealed here today at the Mazda stand." He went on to say "Mazda will continue to take on new challenges in an effort to build a special bond with our customers and become their 'one and only' brand."