Mazda is expected to launch a performance car for a long time, but hopes are now cut. An artist thought what it would be like if Mazda produced this vehicle and created this design.
Mazda's breathtaking car, the RX-Vision, appeared at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2015 . We hope that the Japanese automaker will one day produce a rotary sports car as the successor of the RX-8 is running out. We regret that it did not come to that day, but its absence was inspired by some artists, and these artists thought what it would be like if Mazda produced a performance car powered by a new rotary engine and the images were worth seeing.
Maximilian Schneider, who designed this latest Mazda hypercar , works as an exterior designer at Mitsubishi Motors . The vehicle, which we can call the Mazda RX-10 Vision Longtail, was designed as a hydrogen powered hypercar to be used on the road or to compete with the Le Mans Hypercar class in races.
Here is the design:
When the RX-10 Vision Longtail is viewed from the front, the LED headlights retain Mazda's style, but when we consider the entire vehicle, the vehicle looks different than the other Mazda series. The close-to-the-ground design, very large fender belts and environmental windshield give the RX-10 Vision Longtail a lively look, while the elongated rear resembles the McLaren F1 GTR Longtail, which started in the
1997 Le Mans 24 Hour Race . The led strip that connects the taillights has also adorned the car.
Schneider imagined that the phantom Mazda RX-10 Vision is powered by a turbo-powered rotary engine that produces 780 hp. He thought that there were 2 electric engines that produced 1030 horsepower in total. These features allow the vehicle
to reach from 0 to 100 in 2.5 seconds and the maximum speed it can reach is
427 km / h. Utilizing mostly lightweight materials also reduces the weight of the vehicle to 1.5 tons. We do not expect Mazda to produce hyper cars any time soon, but recent patent applications seem to be the signals that the long-awaited Mazda RX-9 will go into production.