Mazda RX-Vision concept live photos: 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

Mazda’s plans are ambiguous (perhaps intentionally) about the possibility of the RX-Vision ever being put in production, although the Japanese automaker points out that its concerted effort to commercialize rotary power came in 1967 through the Mazda Cosmo Sport 110S and the Mazda RX-7, at 800,000 sold the best-selling rotary model produced (from 1978-2002).

Perhaps the most telling hint in Mazda’s announcement of the Mazda RX-Vision concept, which will be on display at the Tokyo Motor Show from Oct. 30 through Nov. 8, is that the company “never ceased its R&B activities” and the Miata maker chose the SKYACTIV-R label for the next-generation rotary engine to express its determination to continue delivering its customers convention-defying technology and an uncompromising SKYACTIV experience behind the wheel,” the company says.

Full details on the Mazda RX-Vision concept can be found here.

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