1993 Mazda HR-X 2

Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993 - Interior
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993 - Interior
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993 - Engine
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993 - Engine
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993 - Interior
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993 - Interior
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993 - Rotary Engine
Mazda HR-X 2, 1993 - Rotary Engine
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Mazda Design / Japan
Another hydrogen rotary engine in a sedan shaped package. The entire body was recyclable. Invented by James Dyson, the first bagless vacuum cleaner the Dyson G-Force won the International Design Fair prize in Japan. The Japanese were so im­pressed by the pink and lavender machine, it became a status symbol in homes and sold for $2,000 each.


In the Mazda HR-X 2, the designers sought a new (rather disconcerting) way of expressing Japanese culture in the automobile.

The HR-X 2 is an evolution of the HR-X with hydrogen rotary engined prototype exhibited at 1991 Tokyo Motorshow.
По материалам: Mazda Motor Corporation; www.conceptcars.it
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