Mazda continues to show a possible direction for future products at the Geneva Motor Show 2004 with the global premiere of the Mazda MX-Flexa concept and the European premiere of the new Mazda MX-Micro Sport concept car. These two concept cars are examples of how Mazda could expand its model line up to meet growing demand for striking design and versatility among UK buyers.
Sharing the stage with them at Geneva is a new hydrogen-fuel version of the award-winning RENESIS rotary engine and the Mazda3 saloon with the new 1.6-litre diesel engine.Mazda MX-Flexa – Attractive, Flexible and Fun-to-Drive
Mazda Motor Corporation is using the Geneva Motor Show for the world debut of its newest concept vehicle, the Mazda MX-Flexa. The six-seat Mazda people carrier, the fifth concept vehicle presented in the past six months, demonstrates one possible direction Mazda could take for a future people carrier.
The Mazda MX-Flexa combines a graceful, well-proportioned and athletic exterior design, innovative packaging solutions that include people carrier levels of flexibility and ease-of-use. As with all Mazdas the MX-Flexa offers driving dynamics that create a vehicle with new levels of emotional appeal.
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