The Mazda Cosmo of the 1980s was notable for offering a choice of a gasoline four-cylinder, a diesel, or a rotary engine. But if you ask me, there’s only one way to go.
Wheel design peaked in the mid-1980s, if you ask me.
The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance is where some of the finest European and American vintage cars are showcased and auctioned to the world's elite. But what if you're a fan of cars from the Land of the Rising Sun? If so, you're in luck this year.
The Tokyo Motor Show has always been a place full of zany surprises. But 50 years ago this week, the company that would become Mazda dropped a zany surprise on the whole world that remains beloved by speed fans all over the world: the rotary engine.