2017 Mazda RX7 Redesign
2017 Mazda RX7 follows the lines of new MX-5, but with some new RX lines. We should see a new frontal fascia which corresponds to the producer’s lineup. This basically means that new concept of this sports car looks better than ever. In any case, we have only some time to wait and see what happens. Inside we can’t really speculate upon future concept’s of its interior as well 2017 Mazda RX7. We can only say that plastic is supposed to be dominant material. Also some metallic accents and leather inserts in higher grades could slightly elevate its appeal. This RX-7 should be quite similar to Miata in terms of cabin quality and feature list. It is still the doubt is it going to be a 2-seater or will it come in 2+2 configuration. KODO designing language (which no doubt is mesmerizing) will be also into this model viewable. About high tech feature we can expected electrical parking brake, smartphone connectivity and other similar devices. This model comes with flawless noise insulation like other models from this series. Huge rival is 2017 Porsche 911 and 2017 Subaru BRZ.
2017 Mazda RX7 Engines and Fuel economy
2017 Mazda RX7 will be driven by a Wankel rotary engine. RX7 first generation used an engine of 1.3 lt. fuel capacity but it only produced a modest 133 HP. This recent Mazda RX7 is going to use a 1.1 lt. rotary turbocharged engine from 300 HP, and that’s only for the base version. The higher versions, this engine is going to pump up as much as 450 HP. Yes, that certainly is a hell lot of improvement. And coupled with its light weight body frame, it is going to offer an improved fuel economy and much better performance. This new engine will work fine with the car’s previous transmission system. This means the car is going to hold onto its old six speed manual transmission or five speed auto transmission.
2017 Mazda RX7 Hatchback Release date and Price
2017 Mazda RX7 is expected to be unveiled on the eve of its 50th anniversary celebration, which would be held in May 2017. Market speculations suggest that its base versions should start somewhere around $ 30 000.