The similarities between the rendered model and the said real-world ride are obvious, with these including the lowered nature of the car, the custom wheels, with their shiny, generous lips, as well as the front lip and side skirts.
Nevertheless, it's the upper half of the digital vehicle that makes a difference - this rotary-powered sportscar has lost its fixed roof and now comes in speedster form.
No, this rendering doesn't help the Mazda jump the no-windshield bandwagon that has brought us uber-limited production models like the Ferrari Monza SP1/SP2, the McLaren Elva and the Aston Martin V12 Speedster.
Instead, the rear humps mean this Mazda RX-7 sits closer to what the 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster has to offer.
Now, while this Mazda RX-7 body style might not be for everybody, it looks like there might be plenty of gear heads who'd love to see this rendering becoming a build, myself included.
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I've always wondered what an FD would look like as a Speedster. I know Greddy made a version ages ago, so I based mine off that one. Quite unusual looking but I sorta dig it. Love it or hate it, im here to try do stuff different. -d - - I have some with the spoiler as well, I'll post them also if wanted. - - #art #design #3d #mazda #rx7 #fd3s #khyzylsaleem #kyza #lto #livetooffend #speedster #whatif #fifteen52 #holeshotrsr #52family #blacklist #carlifestyle #Speedhunters