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Riassunto: Mazda launched its first rotary-engined car - the Cosmo - in 1966 and was the only car manufacturer to solve the major problems associated with Wankel's radical engine design so that the unit's potential could be exploited and enjoyed. Launched in 1978, the RX-7 provided effortless and uncannily smooth performance, attributes that endeared the model to enthusiasts through three generations of production. With each reincarnation the RX-7 became more of a Grand Tourer and less of a sportscar (a mantle handed on to the MX-5/Miata); global sales reduced as the car moved upmarket until, in the new millennium, the model was only sold in its native Japan.
L'autore: Born in Coventry, once the heart of the British motor industry, Brian Long is a professional writer with a passion for vintage and sporting machinery. A trained mechanical engineer and Porsche 911 owner, he has had strong links with the Porsche company for over a decade. He has over 50 books published, including many works on the Porsche marque.
Titolo: RX-7: Mazda's Rotary Engine Sportscar -...
Casa editrice: Veloce Publishing
Data di pubblicazione: 2004
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Veloce Publishing, Dorchester, 2004. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Fine. Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good. Second Edition. 208 pages, illustrated, appendices, index. Codice libro della libreria 148913