As you may know already, the car manufacturers usually renew their vehicles once every four years, but this doesn’t happen at every producer as Mazda demonstrate it. Introduced back in 2007, the Mazda6 will not receive its successor until 2012. This means that the Mazda6 will have a production cycle of 5, not 4 years. Regarding its design, the new Mazda6 is expected to receive the new design line revealed by the Shinari Concept, introduced earlier this week. The new concept is described that Mazda using the word Kodo, Japanese for soul of motion. The Shinari Concept was created by Mazda’s studios in the United States, Japan and Germany and represents a preview of the upcoming vehicles from the Japanese manufacturer. Also, as Derek Jenkins, director of design for Mazda North America said, the new Mazda vehicles will improve the quality of its interiors in order to take on Audi and Bmw.