We drive Mazda’s Skyactiv-X and see the brand’s future, too
Mazda is a relatively small company-at least when compared to giants Toyota, Mitsubishi, Ford, and Nissan-but its size does have advantages. Over at the Hiroshima-based manufacturer's headquarters, concept cars become a reality relatively quickly, and technical innovations make
In Japan, at least
A little while ago, we wrote about the very (very) subtle update that Mazda gave to its subcompact crossover. The changes to the new CX-3 were so small that we almost couldn't tell the difference. But the Japanese carmaker has
Pretty please?
Turbocharging has been the in thing among car manufacturers over the last few years. Amid rising concerns over fuel prices and environmental impact, the race for bigger displacement has given way to engineers figuring out how much induction they can force out
To be revealed soon
Turbocharged engines might be all the rage nowadays, but Mazda is one carmaker that hasn't entirely adapted to this trend. That's not to say that it's not on the cutting edge; its Skyactiv line features some of the most
An enlightening conversation with Mazda's head of R&D
Top Gear PH had the pleasure of sitting down to dinner with Hidetoshi Kudo, Mazda's executive officer in charge of research and development. This was at a time that the international automotive media was going nuts about Skyactiv-X-Mazda's
Make a gas engine act like a diesel mill
Mazda has announced that it's cracked a new type of engine that marries the best of diesel and gasoline, to get more bang for your buck in every sense of the word. Sounds pretty promising, right?Mazda calls the new engine '
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