Once you escape the urban L.A. sprawl, there are scores of canyon roads swooping up into the hills that can put a huge smile on an enthusiastic driver's face.
Los Angeles is a breeding ground for innovation, whether that’s in design, engineering or simply attitude. A place where new ideas come to life, with an optimistic, enterprising outlook in the endless California sunshine.
The Mazda Cosmo 110S was the first ever Mazda sports car powered by a rotary engine. This rare classic takes on Scotland's spectacular North Coast 500 route.
Restoring the 929 was just a fun excuse for a history lesson for us to show we’re more than prepared to reenter a higher class of vehicle, thanks to our SKYACTIV-generation vehicles and KODO—Soul of Motion design aesthetic.
Even if you don’t have tickets to the game and you’re looking for an excuse to see new scenery, there are plenty of once-in-a-lifetime destinations worthy of a day’s drive.
Wherever you decide to go, in most cases, you won’t need chains with the superior traction and predictive nature of Mazda’s i-ACTIV AWD technology.
The clothes we wear, the type of haircut we prefer and the way we decorate our home are all statements we make about ourselves every day. But what about the car we drive? Does this very personal decision reflect back on us as well?
What happens when you take all of the great things about the MX-5 Miata and amplify them? For over 25 years, MX-5 enthusiasts have been exploring the outer edge of the MX-5’s performance envelope with outstanding results.
For Montousse and Mazda, the ancient term “Jinba Ittai,” a Japanese four-character symbol, is a more directed approach to designing cars and one of the cornerstones of the new Mazda MX-5 Miata.