Mazda Takeri Concept preview

Concept Cars 25 Oct 2011
Mazda Takeri Concept preview

At the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show Mazda will present the Takeri Concept, a study of a midsize sedan based on the Kodo language and with an array of environment-friendly technologies.


Set to debut at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show (3-11 December 2011), the Mazda Takeri will see the application of the company’s KODO – Soul of Motion design language as well as of the recently introduced SKYACTIV technology.

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The Takeri is powered by a new SKYACTIV-D diesel engine with idling stop system (i-stop).

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Among the technical highlights are new lightweight, aerodynamic and chassis technologies and a regenerative braking system that sotres converted energy in capacitors and uses it to power the vehicle’s electric equipment.

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