The second of Mazda’s Concept cars to debut was the Vision Coupe which featured alongside the Kai Concept.
Ever since Mazda debuted the ‘KODO: Soul of Motion’ design language it has produced simply stunning cars.
As Mazda put it ‘KODO: Soul of Motion’ design is “a true reflection of Jinba Ittai; the unity of horse and rider.”
“Fascinated by elegance and fixated on creating an unbreakable bond between driver and car, our designers have worked endlessly to create a design philosophy that embodies the dynamic beauty of life.
“This can be felt both inside and out, transferring the energy of movement to those who see it and creating an irresistible urge to drive.”
The new Kai Concept is a really good-looking car but the Vision Concept is another step up from there.
It is an elegant four-door saloon car with very few seams or lines across the body which gives the car an incredibly aesthetically-pleasing design.
Mazda says the design “embodies a minimalist Japanese aesthetic, achieving a simple ‘one-motion’ form that conveys a sense of speed.”
The car manufacturer added that “the Vision Coupe represents Mazda’s design vision for next-generation models.”
Inside the car the company has used the concept of ‘ma’ from Japanese architecture which means ‘space.’
Apart from some flowery language about the car’s design, there is not much else that has been confirmed for the car.
It’s price, specs and release date remain a mystery.
Much like the Kai Concept it could however received the SKYACTIV-X powertrain – which it was launched alongside.