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Mazda Unveils the 2001 RX-7
Submitted by SuperUser on Saturday, April 1, 2000 - 12:00am

WIDTH=0 HEIGHT=0>In a much anticipated announcement, Mazda today unveiled the all new RX-7.
Powered by a three rotor MSPRE, the car will be the most powerful, and lightest in its class. The 3 rotor MSPRE has been under development since the first MSPRE was shown in 1995, and can produce over 400 hp, and 450 ft lbs of torque. The body style is reminicent of all three generations, with popup HID headligts, a duble bubble roof line, and slanting a-pillars, the drag coefficient is better than a nsx. The new suspension shares many components from the RX_EVOLV concept car unveiled last October in Tokyo.

Please click below to read the full article and press release!
The car should hit showrooms next week.

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