Pictures, Reviews and Information on the Wonderful World of Japanese Concept Cars


The Ryuga concept, first shown at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show, features 2 huge full body length gullwing doors to allow access into the highly stylised interior. The concept builds on the previous Nagare model (meaning Flow) with the Ryuga (meaning gracious flow) and is the second of a series of models all evolving the same styling theme.

According to a Mazda designer “Ryuga will reflect a higher level of sophistication through the use of rich fabrics, engineered fits and hidden details. Ryuga is elegant and refined, but radiates spirit and edge while portraying unique Japanese beauty.”

Aspects of the styling such as the wide grinning mouth front air intake and the pressed creases down the flanks are likely to make it into production Mazda designs in the next few years.

Posted in Mazda Concept Cars 2 years, 8 months ago at 8:25 am.

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