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Cory Wolfe

Mazda RX3

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Viper... that's really cool. A new class of small, affordable, sporty RWD cars could easily be The Next Big Thing. I can see the Japanese makers capitalizing on this untapped market while GM drags its feet on a Kappa hatchback, or an Alpha 4 seater coupe.

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BV:

Shame on you!

You call yourself a Mazda fan? <_<

RX_ cars are rotary powered, always were always will be.

The RX3 & RX4 are rolling over in theri graves. If it does

not have a rotary powerplant don't call it an RX3, it would

be an MX3 in any case, esp. in terms of styling.

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i thought it'd be a rotary too... but looks really good.

would a 1 rotor wankle be powerful enough / more efficient in something like this, say 7-800 lbs lighter than an rx-8? could be turboed...?

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BV:

Shame on you!

You call yourself a Mazda fan? <_<

RX_ cars are rotary powered, always were always will be.

The RX3 & RX4 are rolling over in theri graves. If it does

not have a rotary powerplant don't call it an RX3, it would

be an MX3 in any case, esp. in terms of styling.

Haha... Right, you are. The name was more of an afterthought that I didn't think much of. I just had the idea to make a Miata-sized sports coupe, the details were the least of my considerations. Rotary/I4...RX3/MX3... Whichever suits it best. I just sketch, I don't name. :P

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