As the Tokyo Motor Show is Mazda's home show, it was no surprise the manufacturer chose this event to wow the world with its stunning Vision Coupe Concept early this week. Although one model of such magnitude would be enough for most...Show More Summary
Mazda announces upscale ambitions with this stunning four-door coupe.
If this is where Mazda plans to head with its design language, color us excited.
Japanese manufacturer Mazda has pulled out all the stops by taking the covers off a stunning new concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. The vehicle in question is called the Vision Coupe, which is a full-size four-door design concept that looks like it would give Aston Martin a run for its money. Show More Summary
Mazda just unveiled two of its latest concept models at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show: the Mazda Kai Concept and the Mazda Vision Coupe. Concept models are always an interesting look at where carmakers think the future of automobiles lies and, while obviously designed to impress visually, not everything visible on past concepts has made […]
Mazda shows its future styling direction at Tokyo Motor Show Read more
The Concept previews Mazda's next-gen design language.
Mazda says the Vision Coupe is a move to something "more minimal" and to "encourage pure love." Continue reading Mazda Vision Coupe | Tokyo Motor Show's big, sensuous sedan Mazda Vision Coupe | Tokyo Motor Show's big, sensuous sedan originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 24 Oct 2017 19:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Mazda used this week’s 2017 Tokyo Motor Show to unveil two concepts previewing its upcoming technologies and design themes, though sadly neither of them is a rotary-powered sports cars as had been rumored at one point. One of the concepts is a striking sedan that Mazda is calling the Vision Coupe. Yes, it’s definitely a sedan as there...
It's a sleek little number that tells us the future of Mazda's design language will be very good indeed.
As is a tradition for the Japanese brand, it has used the bi-annual Tokyo motor show to showcase a vision concept, following on from the previous show’s RX-Vision. The Vision Coupe concept, which has four doors, not two, is not an extension of the RX-Vision concept, but more than likely a showcase for the future […]