Derek Jenkins on the Takeri Concept

Derek Jenkins on the Takeri Concept

A video interview from the 2012 New York Auto Show where Design Director for Mazda North America Derek Jenkins speaks about the Takeri Concept and the KODO design language.


The video interview, reported below, was done by Joel Feder from High Gear Media.

Derek Jenkins explains how the Takeri anticipates the next-generation midsize sedan model and features some of the design elements defining the new styling direction – such as the bladed, three-dimensional front-end, which is part of the new corporate’s face.

Mazda Takeri Concept at Geneva 2012 Mazda Takeri Concept at Geneva 2012 Mazda Takeri Concept at Geneva 2012

He also underlines the main concepts of “KODO – Soul of Motion” design language, based on sleek proportions, athletic stance and premium feel.

Mazda Takeri Concept Design Sketch Mazda Takeri Concept

(via: Motor Authority)

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