The 41st Tokyo Motor Show is just there round the corner and automakers worldwide are gearing up for the event. Here, Mazda proposes to offer the Kiyora concept car with a 1.3-liter direct-injection SKY-G engine. The next-generation car aims to cut down on emissions and improve fuel economy by 15% when compared to Mazda’s current 2.0-liter engine.
The compact hatchback offers some green features like 75 miles per gallon fuel efficiency, SKY-DRIVE six-speed automatic transmission, i stop, regenerative braking and weight reduction of 100 kg than the others in listings.
Along with the concept, Mazda also hopes to unveil its new generation of diesel engines, plus hybrids and hydrogen-powered cars at the auto fair.
Via: Green Car Congress