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If there’s any Mazda that we would really love to see back in production, it would be the RX series and its famed rotary engine.

It’s more likely to comeback as RX-9, a successor to the RX-7 and RX-8, with the latter stopped production in 2012. Although the marque has yet to officially confirm the nameplate, we couldn’t be more thrilled about it, especially with an RX-8 seen being tested near the Nürburgring late last year. That test mule was one step closer to the Wankel engine’s return in an internal combustion engine (not as a range-extender for an EV lineup), but this render is that bit of hope taking form.

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