CX-7: Mazda’s Concept With Adrenaline
Sport utility vehicles have become one of the very famous and very popular vehicles not only in the auto industry but also in the roads and streets. However, many of the seasoned aficionados have come to realize that some of these SUVs have lost their sporty features and appeal and in the end would have some features that dwell on off road capacity and on luxury features.
When Mazda sent out the Mazda CX-7 during the first months of this year, it was only when these seasoned car fanatics did come back round and find the missing feature and link that SUVs have lost over the years. This vehicle may not be quite the same old ordinary Mazda vehicle that you may have known but many have already come to love the vehicle.
The maker of Mazda B22 pickup parts have created this one SUV to have the capacity to take in five passengers in its cabin. It has also been used and has proven its worth to be one vehicle that can withstand and go through various road conditions without much trouble. It also makes use of parts from the remarkable Mazda 3 as well as some from the performance vehicle Mazda Speed 6.
And for the SEMA show this year, Mazda has gone ahead and took another step towards the future. Instead of just showing off the new Mazda CX-7, the company created a higher concept vehicle of this SUV. They named the concept the Adrenaline concept for it would certainly give passengers that adrenaline rush brought about by speed. The company even has got a tagline that says “Emotion of Motion” that particularly informs people as per what they should come to expect with the Mazda CX-7 Adrenaline concept vehicle.
The company’s design team and studio which is based in Irvine, California was the brain and the brawn behind the concept vehicle. They sure did do away with what the standard Mazda CX-7 looks like and in the process make sure that they would be able to create one that is even far different from what they have already done. The team even had some inspiration from Franz Von Holzhausen when he said, “Adrenaline is athletically inspired for people who demand a car that is as lean and fit as they are and represents their passions, yet doesn’t sacrifice in hauling those passions around. Adrenaline is like an avid cyclist, and delivers on the promise.” For those who do not know Von Holzhausen, he is the person who created the Mazda Kabura concept vehicle.
About the Author: Margaret Adams is the present manager of the largest auto manufacturing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This 35 year old maiden is a certified car enthusiast.