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Mazda RX-9 uses technology from Toyota

Monday, May 30, 2011

Mazda aggressively developing its technology, including next-generation car model RX-9. That said, according to international reports, sportcar uses a rotary engine that Mazda's unique and never been used in the model RX3. In fact, the heart pacemaker is ever won the Le Mans 24 endurance race at 1991 with the Mazda 787B.

Only, rotary engine RX-9 in this brand-new environmentally friendly hybrid alias, while the electric motor borrowed from Toyota. The two principals last year signed a cooperation.

However, a report from Motor Trend magazine America that leaked from Toyota's just part of the electric motor. Although the hybrid, the RX-9 will continue to use gasoline engines. In fact mentioned, the possibility of rotary engine will be equipped with technology such as KERS in F1, whose function is to charge the battery when deceleration occurs.

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