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For many months, it’s been assumed that Mazda would celebrate its centenary in 2020 by releasing a new rotary-powered sports car.

That’s not going to happen.

During a press conference with journalists at the Tokyo Motor Show, Mazda senior managing executive officer and R&D chief Kiyoshi Fujiwara said the company simply won’t have the money to launch such a car by 2020.

“We cannot provide the RX-VISION to the market by 2020, because we do not have enough money to invest, to commercialize it,” he said to Motoring.



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Mazda Says It Doesn't Have The Cash To Bring The New RX To Market Before 2020

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