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Mazda will show a concept car at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.

Would you pay $79,000 for a Mazda? What if it could dance like Michael Jackson and sprint like Usain Bolt? Yes, the answer is definitely yes.

For the last eight years, a dedicated team of 50 engineers at Mazda have been working with a small budget to bring the rotary engine back.

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Mazda's new concept car looks great, but its the announcement of a next-generation rotary engine that has us buzzing (and adding just a bit of oil).

The Mazda RX-Vision concept at the Tokyo Motor Show points the way forward as the company tries to revive the rotary engine in an absolutely beautiful sports coupe. The brand hopes to have this gorgeous shape on the road someday.

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