An attractive range of 13 vehicles and eco-friendly technologies will be displayed by Mazda Motor Corporation at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2009 with NAPAC. Mazda will be highlighting the brand new Mazda3, also known as Mazda Axela in Japan, one of the most well-liked Zoom-Zoom versions, now totally modified, which is set for inauguration in Japan next year.
The 2009 Tokyo Auto Salon which will run from January 9 to 11, 2009 will be held at the Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Chiba Prefecture. Mazda's booth at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2009 will take on the theme: "Driving-oriented environmental technologies for endless driving pleasure."
The lively array of displays will consist of the next-generation Mazda Axela, the North American spec Mazda3, which is being unveiled for the first time in Japan.
Other displays will consist of "Circuit Trial" variants of the brand new Mazda Axela, Mazda RX-8, other well-known Mazda copies, and six personalized variants of the latest Mazda Biante minivan, which became available for sale early this year.
Also introduced by Mazda are special environmental technologies that will guarantee it can carry on providing all its clients with superb driving experience in a future that will be sustainable.
These comprise the Mazda Premacy Hydrogen RE Hybrid, which merges Mazda's exclusive hydrogen rotary powerhouse that comes with an electric motor, and i-stop,1 a powerhouse start-stop system that Mazda has autonomously designed using the latest technology of direct injection.