Looking even more stunning in person, the Shinari shows just how capable Mazda’s design team is. In fact, there’s enough talent over at Mazda that we’d politely request they share their creative skills with the rest of the industry.
The Shinari marks the start of Mazda’s new Kodo design language as it moves away from the past Nagare designs that can be seen on cars like the Mazda3.
A collaborative effort from Mazda’s design studios in the U.S., Germany and Japan, this new concept is set to inspire all future models by the brand.
A no-show at the Paris Auto Show, we finally had the chance to fully appreciate the car in LA and now you can too, thanks to our extensive gallery below.