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it is about the style
Submitted by No Rotor on Sunday, July 25, 2004 - 12:45pm

i dont think that using an rx-8 body for the rx-7 is acceptable...the rx-7 when in it first debut in 1993 in the states was totally awesome from the second gen rx-7..the third gen was a hit that mazda had designed as its own custom built design..the 3rd gen was not based on a porsche as was the 1st gen or any other car. rumors about the supra being based on a ferrari was found to be true and i thought it was revolting. the next gen rx-7 should have its own platform without any traces of an should be the sickest and wickedest looking and performing ride on the face of this earth and mazda can do it! whether the engine is a renesis or a 20b, that doesnt concern me, as long as it is reliable, fast as hell, and (up to its reputation) a total eye catcher i myself will put down 30 g or more for it.

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It is about the style
No Rotor
July 25, 2004 - 7:36pm
Sounds like you have quite a discerning eye for style and detail. Submit a few sketches here and we'll critique them for you.
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No Rotor
December 14, 2004 - 10:12pm
Im quite happy with the rx8, but yeah im not a firm believer in a 4th gen. Mazda really has no incentive to, theres no effin reason to make a sports car in the same class as the rx8 when it was just released in 04.
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Styling matters less if it is fast/quick enough
March 14, 2006 - 9:45am
In my opinion, for today's taste - The Kabura is right on.
If it's affordable & quick enough, of course it will sell.
Would it steal sales from MX-5 & RX-8? Probably some.
Would it steal sales from other makers? Probably a lot.
After a few years of reputation building, a renesis engine would make a sweet option.
Then you could call it the Kabura RX-7.
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