A Rendering of the Mazda 9 Supercar with a Hybrid Powertrain

If automakers did not have to face to various restrictions, in particular economic ones, each of them would undoubtedly show the world what they are capable of by producing their own supercar.

Unfortunately, these dreams are very far from reality. Despite this fact, automotive design artist Joseph Robinson has presented what Mazda’s potential supercar might look like.

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While Mazda specializes in fuel-efficient cars and SUVs, it has one of the most striking and attractive design languages among all automakers. Mazda's design, known as ‘KODO’, shows that «run-of-the-mill» cars can look sexy. Just look at the latest generation Mazda 3 – it looks more like a concept car than a production car.

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In order to create his own Mazda supercar, Robinson took the brand's current design philosophy and applied it to a mid-engine supercar layout. The front half of the car, which the author nicknamed the Mazda 9, is characterized by an exceptionally short hood and windshield that extends beyond the front axle. It is possible to notice very small doors from the sides, which provide access to the compact interior pushed forward so that the driver's feet are in line with the front wheels. There is a small spoiler at the rear end, as well as a pair of exhaust pipes coming out of the body designed in the style of the McLaren 720S.

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There are no words to describe this car, so just enjoy the rendering. By the way, it is worth noting that Robinson presents this sports car exclusively with a hybrid power plant consisting of a rotary engine and an electric motor.

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