Mazda claims that the future of driving begins now with their Skyactiv Technology, and they’ll be running some new ads to support just that.
Dubbed “Revolution”, the new television commercial will reinforce that Mazda hasn’t lost sight of its “Zoom-Zoom” position in the marketplace just because they’ve been working on ways to improve fuel efficiency in its new vehicles.
Over the years, the Japanese automaker has been responsible for the creation of the ever-popular Miata and the iconic RX-8, alongside with rotary engines. They are also the only Asian car company to ever win the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans. And while most of us have Mazda embedded in our minds as a performance-oriented manufacturer, their new Skyactiv Technology looks to make vehicles more efficient through advanced engineering solutions.
Simply put, Mazda just wants to reiterate to the world that ”If it’s not worth driving, it’s not worth building”.
Watch the extended and standard versions of the new Mazda Revolution ads after the break, and check out Mazda`s new Dr. Seuss themed ad.