Mazda's RX-Vision was recently unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015. The sports car previews a successor to the Mazda RX-8 and it seems like 2017 is the year when the production-spec model will launch. It will be the 50th anniversary since Mazda’s first rotary-powered car was created.
The Mazda RX-Vision measures 4389 mm long, 1925 mm wide and 1160 mm high and is complete with a 2700 mm wheelbase. That means it is shorter yet wider and lower than the RX-8. It has large 20-inch wheels with 245 mm rubber at the front and 285 at the rear, fact that accentuates its sleek profile.
Unlike many other sports car concepts presented at the Tokyo Motor Show, the RX-Vision doesn’t look too far off from being ready for the production line. Some of its most eye-catching design elements include the interesting slimline headlights with a swooping semi-circle LED daytime running light just above the headlight housing itself. Elsewhere, the front is characterised by prominent body lines and curves, particularly along the elongated bonnet and the air intakes.