The Mazda Furai concept first appeared at the 2008 Detroit
The Furai is a sports car concept with impressive underpinnings.
The chassis comes from a race bred unit used in the American
Le Mans Series, while power comes courtesy of a 450 horsepower
three-rotor, ethanol-fueled rotary engine.
The styling of the Mazda Furai concept continues with
Mazda's contemporary design inspiration of flow. This
is apparent in the way the lines of the car seem to sweep
in one direction. This design language can be seen on
concept cars from recent years.
The name 'Furai' comes from the Japanese for 'sound of
wind' (one only assumes this is the atmospheric type of
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