Mazda Furai concept

Mazda Furai concept - a concept car which means “sound of the wind” and had its debut at the 2008 North American International Auto Show, reveal its new set of photos.

The Mazda Furai was designed under the leadership of Franz von Holzhausen as a functional race car. This Mazda Furai concept was designed at the Mazda North American Operations’ (MNAO) studio in Irvine, California.

Mazda Furai Concept

The Mazda Furai is the latest Nagare concept and celebrates 40 years Mazda involvement iyn motorsport. The Mazda Furai features a closed cockpit with Nagare design elements, and the design of this Mazda Furai is based on the Le Mans Courage C65 chassis.

Mazda Furai Concept Car

On the Mazda Furai, Nagare’s lines enhance the car’s aerodynamic performance, by channelling and directing the air flow over its body.

Mazda Furai Concept Picture

At the front, the air-flow package takes air moving under the car and directs it inside the body to the engine-cooling radiators, while the form of the Mazda Furai’s side surfaces feeds air to the rear brakes, the oil cooler and the transmission cooler.

Mazda Furai Concept Photo Gallery


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