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"While Mazda may have used the Wankel rotary engine extensively in many of their cars, since back in 1967, when they launched their first rotary-powered offering, the Cosmo 110S, a lightweight sports car which managed to put out as much as 128 hp from a naturally-aspirated engine, displacing just 982cc. They used various rotary engines in many of their cars, before they finally put it out of production this year, along with the RX-8. However, the rotary is far from dead, and Mazda is not..." Continue Reading →
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