In keeping with their ‘Sustainable Zoom-Zoom’ product development by 2030, Mazda have featured two new concept vehicles at the Tokyo Motor Show.
First up is the compact hatch, the Mazda KAI Concept, boasting a muscular but curvy body, contains the technology, engineering and design concepts that Mazda will adopt in their future range.
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The Mazda VISION COUPE on the other hand is the sportier concept with elegant styling.
A symmetrical cockpit layout with intuitive controls and centred steering, affords the driver better control and feel.
Mazda has also conceptualised a see-through display screen which functions only when required and doesn’t clutter or obstruct the interior space and view like the large displays that are growing in popularity.
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