Allegedly, an RX-7 will bow in 2017, which marks the semicentennial of Mazda’s first rotary powered car, the Mazda Cosmo Sport. An RX-9 is then supposed to come in 2020, celebrating the automaker’s 100th anniversary.
We haven’t stopped thinking about the Toyota FT-1 Vision concepts that continue to make us drool. We know, we know; there are more important things to do in life besides dreaming of cars that probably won’t come to fruition—at least not in its current form. But we can’t help it. We did something crazy last night. We hit the bottle hard and wandered onto Photoshop. Bad (read: great) things happened.
A source budding up with Road & Track has leaked that the Ford Focus RS will be coming to our shores, but with a unique feature—all-wheel drive.
The Japanese WRX takes the American-standard 2.0-liter, turbocharged, four-cylinder engine and ups the power to 269 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque, up from 268 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. In the S4, power is sent through Subaru’s Sport Lineartronic continuously variable transmission to all four wheels.
Rumor has it—try to get that song out of your head now—that a new Mazdaspeed 3 will be bowing soon to satisfy our automotive loins. When the Mazdaspeed 3 disappeared into the night without even a goodbye kiss, many were worried if we would see it again. Now, rumors are swirling that the new Mazda 3 is already receiving a refresh in 2016, and a Mazdaspeed version will drop for the 2017 model year.