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Mazda will bring electric car with Wankel as a range extender in 2020

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S audi Aramco, the world's largest Society for the production of petroleum, the Japanese automaker Mazda and AIST (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) from Japan have started a collaboration to increase the efficiency of internal combustion engines.

Mazda believes in internal combustion engines

The aim is to develop an oil-based, low-CO2 fuel for driving cars. While the oil company is working on the fuel, the new engine is to be developed in Japan. Mazda is one of the few automakers that does not focus on downsizing gasoline engines in its current model range. The Japanese models have naturally aspirated engines, the mid-range Mazda 6 and the SUV CX-5 with a displacement of up to 2.5 liters. The entire petrol range, like the turbodiesel with SCR catalytic converter and AdBlue tank, complies with the Euro 6d-Temp emission standard.

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In addition to the further development of internal combustion engines, Mazda is also not closing itself to alternative drive types. Plug-in hybrids are currently being developed for a market launch in 2020. Even before that, namely at the end of 2019, the first Elek troauto of the Japanese brand premiere. The specialty is the range extender. Mazda relies on a newly developed rotary piston engine. With the last RX-8, the engine concept once developed by Felix Wankel disappeared from the market in 2012.


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