Mazda’s Amazing Taiki Concept

Written by tonks on October 24, 2007

Mazda Taiki ConceptI love to come across a car that just stops me right in my tracks, gets me all excited, and when I come to my senses makes I wonder who came up with something so brilliant. Of course who would come up with something this unique other than Mazda? They have been showing amazing and unusual concepts all year – but this is their best one yet.

The Mazda Taiki is one of the many slick concept cars that will grace the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show floor. It’s built for speed and minimal eco-impact and may very well find itself on the racetracks of tomorrow. Aesthetically, the Taiki’s dramatic, windswept curves are supposed to impart the movement of air around the vehicle as it zips along.

Technologies introduced for the Mazda Taiki include the next-generation RENESIS (rotary engine 16X), which sets new standards for environmental and driving performance, a front-engine rear-drive layout, a unique 2-seat configuration, and Mazda’s rotary sports package, which conveys an image of lightness. The effect integrates the design theme perfectly to realize outstanding aerodynamic performance.Mazda Taiki Concept

This brilliant design was inspired by the Hagoromo – flowing robes that enable a celestial maiden to fly in Japanese legend – floating down from the sky. The notion of creating an Air-tube became the concept word for the interior design.

In accordance, from the dashboard and seats down to the door trim, the interior space creates the dynamic sensation that the flow of the wind is being visually depicted. Centering around the performance rotary engine sports packaging that is synonymous with the Mazda name.

Whether or not this csuperar will make it to production hasn’t been established yet – but you can bet that we will all jump at the chance of test driving this thing if it does. This is one futuristic car that everyone will want to get their hands on.

Posted Under: Mazda,Supercars

Reader Comments

cool and werid

Written By mikhail on November 7th, 2007 @ 1:40 pm

this is one nice fing sexy car

Written By arron on January 5th, 2008 @ 10:27 am

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