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About Mazda

Mazda Motor Corporation – Japanese passenger car manufacturer based in the city of Hiroshima. The concern was founded in 1920 by Jujiro Matsuda.

Mazda Models

  • Mazda Cosmo
  • Mazda Cosmo III
  • Mazda 121
  • Mazda MX-3
  • Mazda 323F
  • Mazda 626
  • Mazda MX-5 II
  • Mazda MPV
  • Mazda Verisa
  • Mazda 3
  • Mazda 5
  • Mazda 6 I
  • Mazda Spiano
  • Mazda RX-8
  • Mazda BT-50
  • Mazda CX-7
  • Mazda Biante
  • Mazda CX-5
  • Mazda RX-500
  • Mazda Furai

The brand’s philosophy is the slogan “zoom-zoom”, which has been accompanying the company since 2002, referring to driving pleasure. In 2007, Mazda decided to reduce fuel consumption in its cars (by up to 30%) by 2015. The brand’s philosophy changed slightly, including care for the natural environment and adopted the wording: “balanced zoom-zoom”.

History of Mazda

Beginnings

In 1920, in Hiroshima, Jujiro Matsuda and a group of investors founded the company Toyo Cork Kogyo. The beginnings of the Japanese company were based on the production of machine tools. Work on the company’s first car has started. These activities have contributed to the increase of production specifications from tools also for cars.

In 1931, production of the first vehicles began. They were small, three-wheeled trunks called Mazda-go. These vehicles were a combination of elements of both a motorcycle and a car. The first year of production was completed by 66 copies. The construction was so successful that it was decided to export to China in the following years.

Renaming

In 1934, the company unofficially changed its name from Toyo Kogyo to Mazda. The name refers to both the name of the founder (since 1984, the official Japanese name of the company has been adapted to the brand and changed to Matsuda) and to the old Persian deity Ahura-Mazda. Then the first Mazda logo was released, and the name itself was now marked on all vehicles produced by the company.

In 1936, Mazda changed its image. A new trademark called Flying-M was then implemented. It refers to such values ​​as agility, speed and efficiency, which according to the founder will take the brand to the heights.

First car prototypes

The first prototypes of passenger cars began to be created in 1940, however, due to World War II, work was suspended. In addition, as a result of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, nearly half of the factory was destroyed. It was only after the reconstruction that work on the production of cars was resumed.

Mazda Development

A particularly important date for the company was 1960, when the innovative car model Mazda R360 was shown to the world. It was a very important event and was of great importance, because it was the first model of a passenger (four-wheeled) vehicle presented by the Japanese company. It is a lightweight coupé, powered by a two-cylinder, air-cooled, 356 cc engine. It was an extremely successful design, especially because the car had very low fuel consumption of 3.1 liters per 100 km.

Less than a year later, the company decided to negotiate the purchase of a license from the German company NSU Motorenwerke AG and Felix Wankel, because Mazda was interested in the possibility of further work on an innovative rotary engine, commonly known as a Wankel engine. From that moment on, the production plants put great emphasis on the work of engineers on this engine. This fact distinguished the company from other Japanese manufacturers who did not dare to do such complicated work on the construction of engines. Mazda then became the only company that produced three different types of engines: conventional gas piston, diesel fuel and rotating piston, with a complicated design.

In the following years, the company produced its first four-door sedan car under the Mazda Carol name , as well as its first compact pick-up vehicle that launched the B series.

In 1963, the manufacturer celebrated the number of 1,000,000 cars produced since the company’s inception. It was a sign for the competition that Mazda is serious about the production and sale of its cars. Two years later, the construction of the Miyoshi Proving Ground car testing facility was completed. A year later, the construction of a new plant in Hiroshima was completed.

In 1967, Cosmo Sports 110S appeared on the market , the first car of the Japanese company with a rotary engine under the hood. It surprised everyone with bold, very attractive stylization and advanced technology. This year was a giant step forward for the Japanese manufacturer, because it was then that they decided to mass-export cars to Europe , and three years later to the United States. Other models of cars with Wankel engines were attached to the production plans, including Familia R100, Savannah RX-3 and Capella RX-2. The latter was the first car with a rotary engine sold in North America. Both Mazda RX-2 and RX-3 received the nickname “giant killers”, which emphasized their phenomenal performance, comparable and sometimes higher than the much larger engines with a V8 cylinder system.

The crisis in 1970 caused Ford Motor Company to take over 25% of the brand’s shares.

In 1971, the production capacity of cars with rotary engines exceeded 200,000 units per year. The first truck called Mazda Titan was introduced in the United States.

Further development of the enterprise
1972 is another success because a production roll came off the production line with another production number 5,000,000. The next year, total exports of 1,000,000 were achieved.

In 1975, the company officially adopted the word mazda as its trademark and since then has been using it, both on cars and accessories, and over time it also hit the internet.

In 1978, the company introduced the RX-7, which is a lightweight, stylish coupé that combines high quality with excellent performance, immediately conquering the world and increasing sales of cars with rotary engines to 1,000,000 units.

The compact car Mazda Familia GLC (323) also made its debut on the market in 1980 , the sale of which saved the company from the catastrophic effects of the fuel crisis. Another success in this period was the appearance of the Mazda Capella (626) vehicle , one of the most popular models of the brand.

Mazda (North America) Inc. started operating in the 1980s. and Mazda Motor’s representative office in Europe to help achieve even better sales results on these continents. It was in 1981. Two years later, an aerodynamic testing laboratory was established in Hiroshima.

In 1984, the company adopted the name Mazda Motor Corporation, and the following year, its total production reached a total of 10,000,000 vehicles.

1987 brought total sales of 20,000,000 units. Two years later, the company presented the Mazda MX-5 car , a stylistically aggressive model, and at the same time a classic, which to this day breaks sales records and goes down in history as the most-bought roadster in the world.

Mazda became the only Japanese manufacturer to win the prestigious Le Mans 24-hour race with the sports prototype 787B , whose body was made of carbon fiber.

Caring for the natural environment

In 1992, the company adopted the Mazda Natural Charter, its goal is to further engage the brand in caring for the natural environment. Two years later, the company was the first Japanese car manufacturer to receive ISO 9002 quality certification. In 1996, the place of this certificate was taken by ISO 9001 , the highest standard that could be obtained.

In 2002, the company adopted a new philosophy called ” zoom-zoom “.

Since the beginning of the 21st century, many new models appear on the automotive scene, such as Mazda 6, Mazda 2, Mazda RX-8, the latter with a Wankel engine called Renesis. This engine obtained the title of engine of the year for two years in a row. In addition to introducing new car models, the company decided to continue the production of the roadster called MX-5.

2007 is the year of the premiere of new generations of Mazda 2 and Mazda 6. This year, the company also presented a plan to reduce fuel consumption in Mazda cars by up to 30% by 2015 – “balanced zoom-zoom”.

In 2008, the new generation of Mazda 3 was presented, and Mazda 2 was awarded the title of “World Car of the Year 2008”. This year also Mazda Motor Poland was founded .

In 2009, the concern introduced the unique Mazda i-stop system and presented a new generation of power units – Sky Concept. Lending to Mazda 5 Premacy Hydrogen RE Hybrid customers, the world’s first hybrid vehicle with a Wankel engine, has also begun .

In 2010, at the Geneva Motor Show, Mazda presented the next generation of Mazda 5. It also organized the MX-5 Open Race to crown the 20th anniversary of MX-5 in Europe.

In 2008, the concern opened its representative office in Warsaw as part of the Mazda Motor Europe structure. A network of 11 authorized showrooms has also been launched.

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