It’s called the RX-Vision and yes, we’re all very excited. Mazda chose the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show to unveil it to the world, quickly overshadowing rival concepts from pretty much everyone else. Under that long and slippery bonnet it has that unique selling point only Mazda can punt, a rotary engine dubbed Skyactiv-R. What you’re essentially looking at is a Kodo-styled concept car that previews what should eventually become the 2017 RX-7, just in time to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of its forebear, the Mazda 967 Cosmo Sport 110S. Just build it already.
What do you think? Would you sign up for the new rotary or stick to the established Japanese super squad of GT-R, LFA and NSX?