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Auto Business News-October 12, 2011--Mazda Motor Corporation to equip new rotary engine with SkyActive technology(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
said Friday it will end production of its RX-8 sports car with a rotary engine in June next year, nearly half a century after it began selling rotary-engine vehicles.
The 2010 IAHE Sir William Grove Award recognizes Mazda's initiatives to advance hydrogen energy, which include the commercialization of the world's first hydrogen rotary engine vehicles, and participation in Norway's national HyNor hydrogen project.
The company is developing a rotary engine that can run on hydrogen or gasoline and is also linked to an electric motor.
After years of research and investment, Mazda unveiled the car the Rotary engine was made for, the RX7.
The development of the rotary engine began with the German inventor Felix Wankel.
The hydrogen-powered version of the RENESIS rotary engine maintains a traditional driving feel while producing extremely clean emissions through the use of hydrogen.
Speaking of engineering excellence, Mazda's forthcoming new RX-8 cuts quite a dash, and is quite unique with its rotary engine and unusual forward-opening rear doors.