Mazda Kazamai

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Mazda Kazamai
Production2008 concept car
DesignerLaurens van den Acker
Body and chassis
Body style2-door compact crossover
LayoutF4 layout
RelatedMazda Nagare
Mazda Ryuga
Mazda Hakaze
Mazda Taiki
Mazda Furai
Mazda Kiyora
EngineMZR 2.0 L DISI
Transmissionsix-speed automatic
Wheelbase2780 mm (109.4 in)
Length4520 mm (178.0 in)
Width1930 mm (76.0 in)
Height1500 mm (59.1 in)

The Mazda Kazamai is a concept car made by the Japanese car manufacturer Mazda. It was first introduced at the 2008 Moscow International Motor Show in August.


The Kazamai is number six in a series of concept cars with the Nagare flow design language. The design features panel lines inspired by crosswinds in nature which evoke visual lightness. The car also has a bold five-point grille, accentuated front wheel arches and sleek roof line, which are combined with large 22-inch wheels.[1]


Thanks to its aerodynamic design, evolved lightweight body structure and use of aluminium, 2.0 L DISI direct injection engine and lightweight 6-speed automatic transmission the Kazamai has a 30% better performance and fuel economy and CO2 emissions compared to the foregoing 2.0 L gasoline engine.[2]


  • Engine: MZR 2.0 L DISI gasoline
  • Transmission: 6-speed automatic
  • Suspension
    • Front: MacPherson Strut
    • Rear: Multi-link
  • Drive: four-wheel drive
  • Tires (Front/Rear) 265/45 R22 Bridgestone
  • Seating capacity: 4 people
Rear view


  1. ^ Alisa Priddle (July 2008). "Mazda Kazamai Concept - Car News". Car and Driver.
  2. ^ "Mazda Kazamai Concept". NetCarShow.

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