2018-2019 Mazda Takeri Concept – a new 2018-2019 Mazda concept Thackery

2018-2019 Mazda Takeri Concept – a new 2018-2019 Mazda concept Thackery

2018-2019 Mazda Motor Corporation shows the image of a new concept called «Takeri», the new incarnation of the design language «KODO – Soul of Motion” which was presented by a stylish, sporty saloon Shinari and compact crossover the Minagi . Debut 2018-2019 Mazda Takeri Concept will take place at the 42nd Tokyo Motor Show, scheduled to open November 30, .


In addition to the excellent internal and external Takeri design, it is known that the first car company is equipped with a regenerative braking system and a diesel power unit with a control system start-stop. It looks like we can see the image of the next-generation 2018-2019 Mazda 6, which fans of the model is expected in the first half of .

Diesel engine Takeri 2018-2019 Mazda Skyactiv-D, thanks to the lightweight body with excellent aerodynamics and control system start-stop, which completely disables the power unit during short stops, is the owner of a modest fuel consumption and harmful emissions.

First used on cars 2018-2019 Mazda braking energy conversion into electricity, charges the capacitors during braking, which in turn feed the electricity on-board network of the new Takeri Concept. The system also helps reduce fuel consumption as well as a diesel engine spends less force to rotate the generator to recharge the energy source.

Interestingly, as the energy storage device at the Takeri, as in E-mobility , used capacitors. The automaker says that the global 2018-2019 Mazda Corporation’s development strategy consists of three main steps:

  1. The first step – is to use on vehicles of an engine control system start-stop;
  2. The second step – the introduction of the braking energy into electrical energy conversion technology;
  3. The third step – the use of hybrid vehicles and fully electric drive.

On Takeri concept, 2018-2019 Mazda shows the use of regenerative braking, so it is soon expected to hybrid models of the company, presumably with a combination of diesel and electric engines.

Photos 2018-2019 Mazda Takeri Concept