Fresh off the heels of the Mazda RX-Vision’s debut at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, the car has been rendered in a number of different body styles and guises from numerous designers. Most recently, X-Tomi Design has dreamt up an RX-Vision Roadster and unsurprisingly, the sleek and simple styling of the concept works quite well with the roof removed.
As the RX-Vision itself has been designed as a preview for the company’s next rotary powered sports car to replace the RX-8, it is very unlikely that a convertible version will be offered. With that being said, if the new Mazda sports car rivals the next-generation Toyota Supra and therefore the Porsche 911, the firm could decide to offer it in a range of styles.
The Mazda RX-Vision concept measures 4389 mm long, 1925 mm wide and 1160 mm high and is complete with a 2700 mm wheelbase. That means it is shorter yet wider and lower than the RX-8. Its sleek profile is accentuated by the large 20-inch wheels with 245 mm rubber at the front and 285 at the rear.
Mazda has yet to reveal what powers the RX-Vision other than the fact that it is its latest-generation rotary engine dubbed SKYACTIV-R.