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Looks like Mazda patents indicate the rotary could be used as a range extender for a plug-in hybrid. Continue Reading...
Mazda has a team of engineers working on a revamped rotary engine, which may find its way into a new sports car. Continue Reading...
Despite reports that Mazda has shelved plans for a next-generation rotary engine, the Japanese automaker unveiled a Mazda2 hybrid that utilizes a rotary engine that recharges the vehicle’s battery. Continue Reading...
Despite numerous reports this year that Mazda was developing a next-generation rotary engine, its new CEO has confirmed it’s not in the plans for now. Continue Reading...
Wankel fans, it’s time to celebrate! A new rotary engine is certainly in development by Mazda, and it will make its debut in two years under the hood of an all-new model. Continue Reading...
Mazda has confirmed that it’s working on a new rotary engine that could see production within five years. Continue Reading...
Mazda is committing to fuel economy with its new SkyActiv technology, which was expected to render the companies rotary engine lineup defunct. Not so says Mazda, confirming that development continues on the next generation of rotary. Continue Reading...
Starting in the 1970’s, Mazda brought its first rotary engine to market, and last friday, the company assembled its last one, marking the end of an era for the Japanese automaker. Continue Reading...
It would have been easy to write rotary engines off the speculative books at Mazda — poor milage and questionable long-term reliability made traditional piston engines seem favorable to many. Yet against the odds, the Japanese automaker seems to have found a formula to keep the smooth-spinning screamer alive in its lineup. Mitsuo Hitomi, general manager of… Continue Reading...