Skyactiv-X technology to be applied to rotary development

17 July 2019
Nile Bijoux | Autocar.co.nz

One of the biggest hurdles facing Mazda’s rotary engine is fuel efficiency. The powerplant makes good power but has a tendency to suck through petrol and oil while spitting flames out the back. Not an ideal scenario in today’s increasingly green world. However, Mazda may have a solution. Click here to find out more.

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