The Mazda Kazamai which was unveiled at the 2008 Moscow
motor show is an SUV concept designed using the same "nature
inspired" styling cues as other recent Mazda concepts.
Following in the footsteps of the Nagare,
the Mazda Kazami is styled using naturally occurring phenomenon
as a source of inspiration.
In Japanese the word 'Kazami' means "swirling crosswinds".
In design language this translates into the subtle lines
on the door panels emulating lines in the sand created
by wind. The air intakes and headlights of the Kazamai
concept also feature lines reminiscent of windswept landscapes.
At the rear of the Mazda Kazamai the taillights and sweeping
A-pillars end in highly defined points. This has the effect
of adding a sense of forward movement. A panoramic glass
roof/windscreen looks good, and at the same time allows
the maximum amount of light into the passenger compartment.
The Mazda Kazamai concept rides on 22" turbine style
wheels. And features an all-wheel-drive powertrain and
direct injection engine.
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