The Mazda RX-7
The Mazda RX-7 was sold in Japan under the prestigious efini brand, which set it apart from ordinary Mazda models. The engine was a twin-turbocharged, twin-rotor 13B-REW unit, a sequential twin-turbocharger developed by Mazda and Hitachi. This car was the first of its kind to have a V6. It produced 240 horsepower and 357Nm of torque, and was a big success with drivers.
The Mazda RX-7 was sold in the U.S. and Canada for over a decade. At the time, the Mazda RX-7 was rated at 255 PS and 294 Nm. However, as a result of increasing fuel efficiency and safety, the RX-7 was replaced with the DTSS and a hybrid engine. DTSS was a huge success, and helped the Mazda RX-7 sell better than ever.
The Mazda RX-7 was offered in three different trim levels: base, R, and Touring. The touring model was equipped with fog lights, a sunroof, a Bose audio system, a rear window wiper, and rear window defogger. The R model featured a stiffer suspension, Bilstein shock absorbers, and a sporty aerodynamics body package.
In 1985, Mazda introduced the final version of the RX-7 to Australia. It was the last in the series, and came in limited production numbers. The final model also came with a brass plaque that said, “Last of a Legend.” The Finale also came with special stickers and a blacked-out section between the window and rear hatch. These models were only offered in a few regions.
The Mazda RX-7 was sold in the United States and Canada from 1993 to 1995. In the U.S., the Mazda RX-7 had a high-performance engine, with an a-arm bushing generating 100 hp. The Mazda RX-7 had a high-tech electronic system, which prevented it from overcharging its battery. Its first generation was known as the FB, and it was referred to as the “first” generation of the RX-7. The second generation was called FC, and was a bit faster. The newer versions of the car had improved interiors and exterior design.
The RX-7 was a popular sports car in the United States until the introduction of the RX-8 in 1992. The first generation was a Mazda RX3, and the new model was sold in Japan under the name “Savanna”. The second generation was a FD, and returned to the first generation’s lightweight design philosophy. The new model was the last in the RX-7’s series and its predecessors.
The first generation of the Mazda RX-7 was a hybrid car with a front-mounted engine. The rear wheels were smaller than the front wheels, which reduced aerodynamic drag and increased stability. The rear axle was separate from the front. The RX-7 was fitted with a rear-wheel drive. The car was also available with a manual transmission. The original Mazda RX-7 was a three-door sports car with a trunk.