The Mazda Takeri Concept is an exercise in style, not a precise prototype forward future production model.
It is a midsize sedan with four doors and an equal number of seats. Mazda currently markets a product of this type, the Mazda6. The look of Mazda Takeri Concept response to a brand new Mazda design line called “KODO” (something like the soul of the movement).
Mazda also says Mazda Takeri Concept included in a package for the Diesel engine consumption is lessened. Between them, the system start-stop automatic engine if the vehicle is in movement and an energy recovery.
Mazda Takeri Concept Saloon
The energy recovery system is definitely an alternator converts the kinetic energy into electrical power (thus far there is no big difference from almost every other car alternator).
It does not for the duration of deceleration to subtract electric power from your engine when it really is accelerating (concept below which governs the operation of so-called intelligent alternators which might be presently in different models (for instance Lexus, the “EfficientDynamics” BMW or Volkswagen “Bluemotion”, to name 3).
What distinguishes the Mazda technique is that it stores energy while in the battery but a capacitor. Isn’t going to specify what that energy is utilised then, beyond “in the vehicle’s electrical machines.”
Citroën and Peugeot have a stop-start system motor-arrests for smoothness excellent performance and, above all, speed, the best there exists today-in which the alternator charges a capacitor which is used to power the battery every time you have to restart the car, as it is the largest consumer electric car (at least on time).
Mazda Takeri Concept at Tokyo Motor Show
Mazda Takeri Concept SALOON TO PREMIERE AT TOKYO SHOW
- Mazda Takeri Concept brings a whole new level of strength and allure to saloon styling
- Mazda encourages the ‘emotion of motion’ in harmony with all the atmosphere
- First appearance for Mazda’s new fuel-saving regenerative braking technique
Mazda Motor Corporation has confirmed that it is going to showcase the world premiere from the Mazda Takeri Concept, a next-generation mid-sized saloon, at the 42nd Tokyo Motor Showon Wednesday, 30 November.
Also on stage and making its Japanese debut will be the brand new Mazda CX-5 crossover SUV equipped when using the complete array of Mazda’s breakthrough SKYACTIV Technology. Other new technologies in addition to a total line-up of manufacturing versions will also be on demonstrate.
Mazda’s theme for your 2011 Tokyo Motor Show is “Environmental Technology, Pushing the Boundaries of the Emotion of Movement. As long as there are individuals who enjoy to push, Mazda will continue to evolve the emotion of motion in harmony with environmental and safety effectiveness.”
The Mazda Takeri Concept car exploits Mazda’s new design language, KODO Soul of Motion, to deliver a new level of strength and allure to mid-size saloon styling. Under its desirable exterior is benchmark SKYACTIV Technology, such as Mazda’s first regenerative braking system. This technological innovation converts kinetic power to electrical power during deceleration, retailers it in capacitors after which makes use of it to power the vehicle’s electrical equipment reducing load on the engine and saving fuel. Combined with the new SKYACTIV-D diesel engine, Mazda i-stop, new light-weight composition, aerodynamic and chassis systems, regenerative braking enables the Mazda Takeri Concept to achieve excellent fuel economy together with vigorous performance and a comfortable high-quality ride.
The new Mazda CX-5 could be the very first manufacturing car to feature Mazda’s new structure language KODO paired with SKYACTIV Technologies engines, transmission, bodyshell and chassis. With its light bodyweight, aerodynamic form, pretty frugal and fun-to-drive diesel and petrol engines, as well as Mazda i-stop and fuel-saving transmissions; the all-new five-door CX-5 delivers predictable and responsive managing plus a smooth experience matched to outstanding environmental and safety performance. Mazda CX-5 is scheduled to go on sale in the uk all through 2012.
Mazda may even contribute into the ‘SMART MOBILITY CITY 2011′ exhibition (organised with the SMC 2011 executive committee plus the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association).
The 2011 Tokyo Motor Show are going to be held for the Tokyo International Exhibition Centre. Press Days are on November 30 and 1 December. Mazda will hold its press conference at 08.30 (local time) on the first press day. The Motor Show will be open to the public from 3-11 December 2011.
Mazda Takeri Concept