Mazda has been building flagship sedans for decades—cars that make the driver feel special and serve as a beacon for the Mazda brand through their sophisticated design and technology.
Mazda has long been known for its challenger spirit and the drive to challenge the world’s largest automakers by creating better vehicles.
Mazda Charts Future Vision with World’s First Commercial Spark Combustion Compression Ignition Engine, New U.S. Manufacturing Plans
As Mazda Motor Corporation nears its 100th anniversary in 2020, the Hiroshima-based automaker recently made two announcements with an eye toward reinforcing its position as an innovation leader in the automotive industry.
With the 50th anniversary of Mazda’s first rotary-powered sports car, what a better time to test your rotary knowledge. Take our quiz and find out if you’re a true Mazda rotorhead.
We took a tour of the forging factory of Mazda’s Hiroshima plant with Hisashi Watanabe, a.k.a. “Mr. Forging.” Watanabe has spent 35 years working in the forging plant and was ready to show us the deep world of forging.
During the Kamakura period in Japan, mounted archers believed that the key to mastering their skill was to “achieve a oneness” between horse and rider. In Japanese, this is known as Jinba Ittai, (jin-ba ee-tie) or “horse and rider as one.”
A horse and rider communicate through tactile response. The horse adjusts its gait to allow the archer to release his arrow. Mazda aims to create the same relationship between car and driver.