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Concepts: Mazda1 And Rx-7

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Mazda is gearing up for the Paris Motor Show (Mondial de l'Automobile) with the promise of a Mazda1 concept model. This "city car concept" takes its cue from the Mazda2, a smaller "city" vehicle with high gas mileage and a growing number of satisfied drivers worldwide.

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Mazda1 - an official (or not?) sketch released this week

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Mazda2 - The popular mini-Mazda inspired the future Mazda1

Mazda1, beginning its production run in 2010, will be the first car utilizing Mazda's Nagare designs - which will be how future vehicles from the Japanese auto maker will look, including the 2010 Mazda3. Expect the Mazda1 to have great gas mileage as well. Mazda1 will most likely take over the European market, mostly due to its size (can't wait to see the specs) but cross your fingers these tiny Mazdas will come to North America.

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A Mazda RX-7 concept? Only time will tell

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Mazda's 2006 Kabura concept is slated to be the most likely design for a 2010 RX-7, according to Consumer Guide's Automotive section on HowStuffWorks.com. More rumors surrounding the 7 is that it will be a replacement for the RX-8, and will have a hybrid engine ready to pump high-speed, low emission rpms to the Japan streets (and eventually, the world).

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Kabura concept - might be the future RX-7

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