This concept has already has been a hit with the readers of Autoblog when the initial pictures were released. Now let's see what happens when you get all the info. The allure of this vehicle has got to be the athletic shape that takes a lot of liberty from the RX-8. Also the beltline kicks up towards the back, losing the more minivan look for a more muscular effect. A design well-done from the crossover world. More pics inside.
I?ll wade through the ?Zoom-Zoom?-heavy press release (seven times in this one) and give you the info. Mazda also borrowed heavy from the RX-8 for the dashboard.
Mazda has not officially confirmed production, the intentions are clear and Mazda is currently one of the last manufacturers to get in on the cross-over craze.
Mazda used what they call ?floating? seats to give the interior the feel of more room. Each seat is fastened to the floor with a center post via a monorail system that is adjustable.