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Report: Next Mazda RX-8 to use Sky G rotary

Mazda has big plans for the future of its rotary engine. According to GoAuto, the company is currently hard at work on improving the powerplant's fuel economy by a full 50 percent. If it can pull it off, the new mill will proudly wear the same "Sky" designation as its traditional four-cylinder counterparts. The site quotes Seita Kanai, Mazda's dir

Emissions regulations to kill Mazda RX-8 after 2011 model year?

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Mazda RX-8 to exit U.S. market after 2011 model year?

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Geneva 2010: Audi A1 e-tron Wankels its way to the show floor

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Geneva 2010: Audi A1 e-tron Wankels its way to the show floor

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SEMA 2009: World's only known four-rotor Mazda RX-8

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SEMA 2009: Turbo rotary Mazda MX-5 begs to be flogged

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REPORT: Mazda's next-generation rotary needs more work

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VIDEO: Norton NRV588 rotary-powered motorcycle in action

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Don't jump! Rotary-engine 'Vette prototype saved from rooftop

Back in the 70s, GM was looking to take its much beloved Corvette to the next level. The General charged John DeLorean with investigating the possibility of putting a mid-engine rotary under hood, and the 1973 GM XP897 was the culmination of his efforts. The steel-bodied Vette was built atop a Porsche 914 chassis, and GM poured millions into R&D. The problem was that the Rotary engine was just as thirsty as America's much loved V8, and it was an emissions failure. GM deemed the XP897 a lost

Mazda's RX-8 Hydrogen RE hits the snow and ice for the first time

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Moller Skycar makes it on eBay

When we first reported on the Moller M400 Skycar auction a couple of weeks ago, we speculated that you would need a pilot's license in addition to the $4 million reserve price. Well, the flying car has finally reached the pages of eBay and we have more of the specifics for you. As many of us suspected, the Skycar "is suitable for test and evaluation only and is not certified for use by the Federal Aviation Auth