Mazda to Exhibit Ryuga Concept Car at the 2007 Shanghai Motor Show

Mazda to Exhibit Ryuga Concept Car at the 2007 Shanghai Motor Show  
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Concept Cars, Motor Shows, Mazda
on 03/28/2007

Source: Mazda

Mazda Motor Corporation will showcase the Asian premiere of the Mazda Ryuga, the second concept car to arise from the "Nagare" (flow) design theme at the 2007 Shanghai International Motor Show to be held from Friday, April 20 through Saturday, April 28 2007. Also on show will be the new generation Mazda2 (European spec) which made its world debut to great acclaim at the Geneva International Motor Show in early March 2007; the Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen RE equipped with Mazda's unique hydrogen rotary engine; the Mazda5 (known as the Mazda Premacy in Japan); and the Mazda CX-7. Including these reference exhibits, a total of 14 vehicles comprising 11 different models will be displayed to help spread Mazda's Zoom-Zoom brand message. Officially titled Auto Shanghai 2007, the press days are April 20 and 21, and the public days are April 22 through 28.

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