Ryuga Concept From Mazda Goes To NAIAS
Auto shows have become channels and avenues for car manufacturers to show off the best of their stuff. These events have also been branded as the stage for new products and new vehicles. Sure, vehicles like the Mazda Protege took off at some auto show and made everybody stare at its Mazda Protege car parts shining underneath all the lights and every flash of the camera.
Now, at the upcoming 2007 North American International Auto Show, or the NAIAS, the Mazda Motor Corporation along with its North American arm would be showing off yet another new vehicle. This time, they would be sending out one of the newest concept vehicles that the company has been able to complete. They call the new concept vehicle the Mazda Ryuga. The vehicle would be shown off alongside yet another new production vehicle which has been dubbed as the Mazda Tribute SUV Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV). Together, these two vehicles would brave the press, the eager beavers, other new vehicles, and the lights and cameras of the 2007 NAIAS.
So what is the Mazda Ryuga? According to the global design director for Mazda, Laurens van den Acker, “Ryuga is Zoom Zoom defined. It combines vibrance, confidence, fun, and youth all in one ingeniuos package.” Other than that, the Mazda Ryuga has also been said to have been built on the basis of one word – flow. And Ryuga, a Japanese word, actually translates to “gracious flow”. The Mazda Motor Corporation does promise that the Mazda Ryuga would be having a much higher kind of sophistication which can be quite felt and seen at the materials used to create the vehicle. The interior holds rich fabrics and leather. The Mazda auto parts used are of top quality and have been engineered to fit well and work well.
As per the other new Mazda vehicle, the Mazda Tribute HEV, this new vehicle has already been in the industry. However, this time around, the vehicle would be coming in after quick a major revision of its parts, features, and style. It is also considered to be the very first vehicle with advance technology which has the power and capacity to help clean up the air from Mazda.
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