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 |  Jul 17 2012, 11:15 AM

Easy as 1, 2, 3; Mazda has officially shown its entire 2014 Mazda6 sedan in a series of teaser clips, the most recent of which came out today.

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 |  Apr 26 2012, 9:27 AM

The 2013 Mazda6 is going to debut at the 2012 Paris Auto Show, and when it does there will be no V6 engines in the product lineup.

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 |  Mar 28 2012, 2:35 PM

Among the many announcements piling up before next week’s New York Auto Show, Mazda dropped a subtle bomb. 

Debuting at the Mazda booth, we will see the Takeri concept (pictured above) in for the first time on US soil. While the sedan concept itself is nothing new (first unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show), the drivetrain information is hugely important. Aside from being the third concept car to feature Kodo (Soul of Motion) design style, it will be the second car to fully embrace SkyActiv technology.

What’s more, that will include the diesel SkyActiv-D engine we drove in a prototype Mazda6 before the 2012 Mazda3 we tested recently.

While there isn’t much detail in the release about the Takeri, the fact that Mazda is announcing a diesel sedan hints strongly that there will be a SkyActiv-D Mazda6 coming soon.

GALLERY: Mazda Takeri concept

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 |  Feb 13 2012, 7:31 PM

 

The Mazda Takeri concept was first unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show and premiered Mazda’s “KODO-soul of motion” design language.

While the Takeri is only a concept, it sheds light on Mazda’s future lineup and will likely be the next Mazda 6. The Takeri is also the first Mazda to have the new i-ELOOP regenerative braking system. In essence the i-ELOOP system works like all other regenerative braking systems, except that it is destined to be outfitted in traditional gasoline cars. The electricity produced by the system will be used to run the cars electrical components, reducing strain on the engine which thus increases fuel efficiency.

Mazda will debut the Takeri concept in Europe at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show and has released new photos of the concept before the debut.

Let us know if you think Mazda’s new styling is a hit or a miss in the comments section below.

GALLERY: Mazda Takeri concept

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