2018-2019 Mazda Takeri Concept – a harbinger of the new 2018-2019 Mazda 6 in Europe

2018-2019 Mazda announces the upcoming debut in Europe Takeri concept – a harbinger of the updated 2018-2019 Mazda 6 which was first introduced automaker from Japan to the Tokyo Motor Show . 2018-2019 Mazda Takeri Concept is driven by a 2.2-liter turbocharged diesel engine with «i-stop» technology and regenerative inhibition, which provides outstanding performance at a high fuel economy performance.

2018-2019 Mazda Takeri Concept continues the philosophy of design company «KODO – Soul of Motion ‘, and is the third concept after the crossover CX-5 and sport sedan the Shinari , which were presented in Geneva last year. With dimensions 4850 mm long, 1870 mm wide and 1430 mm in height, Takeri has a wheelbase of 2830 mm and to the name “five meters” does not hold all 15 centimeters.

Under the hood, the concept employs an effective diesel engine 2.2-liter turbocharged and SKYACTIV-D technology, which is available as a 150-strong, and in the 175-strong version, and on the wheel torque is transmitted through the automatic transmission SKYACTIV-Drive six transmissions.

An interesting feature Takeri , which can reduce fuel consumption by 10 percent is the regenerative braking that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy and stores it in the battery is not, and a condenser.

In the future, electricity storage can be used to start the engine and to power the onboard network during movement, without requiring additional fuel consumption due to the resource costs of diesel power unit at the generator rotation.

Power Steering 2018-2019 Mazda Takeri also runs on electricity, and the suspension uses MacPherson strut front axle and independent multi-link design for the rear. Car wheels combine lightness and durability 20-inch aluminum 10-spoke wheels with low-profile tires in size 245/40 R-20 production Bridgestone.

European debut of 2018-2019 Mazda Takeri Concept planned for the upcoming auto show in Geneva next month .

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