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Mazda rotary engine to return as ev range-extender

Mazda will launch its first Electric Vehicles (EV) in 2020 as part of its ‘Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030’ long-term technology development programme. Unique technology approach Mazda will initially launch two battery EVs. One powered solely by battery, the other pairing a battery with Mazda’s small, lightweight and exceptionally quiet rotary engine as a range-extender. The range-extender…

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Mazda hints that their rotary engine could be resurrected as a range extender for an electric vehicle

Mazda have remained fairly quite a far as electric cars are concerned although they did recently announce that they will produce a battery electric vehicle using technology from Toyota due to be released in 2019. The company has preferred to keep concentrating on developing new combustion-engine technology. They are currently working on a petrol engine…

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Mazda, Toyota and Denso join forces to develop electric vehicle technology

In a recent announcement Mazda, Toyota and Denso confirmed that they are joining forces to develop electric vehicle technology. The three companies have also agreed to establish a new company, EV C.A. Spirit, as a joint development center consisting of “selected engineers to ensure the efficient implementation of the joint technological development projects.”  (Photo above…

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