Auto firm Mazda has stated that it is carrying on fabricating its rotary engine that, in the past, witnessed production use in the Mazda RX-8.
The rotary engine got removed from the company’s array because of its low competence. It failed to conform to more rigorous emissions rules and resulted in high fuel utilization.
SkyActiv, an innovative series of techs fabricated by the company, concentrated seriously on meliorating the effectiveness of ignition in an engine. Advancements resulting from the task could be implemented to the rotary engine with the intention to perk up its cost cutting measure as well as yield.
The maker also trusts that there are significant gains to be experienced by making use of more innovative ignition structures. In addition, this would serve to enhance presentation whilst cutting down utilization as well as emissions.
As per the company’s engineer, the latest rotary could be in process by the next 5 years however at this time, no confirmation has been made.
Mazda head, Takashi Yamanouchi, stated that investigations into upcoming rotary engines will carry on as long as he runs the company.
“The competitor strength, which has made the company the global leader in rotary engines, is still hale and hearty at Mazda,” Takashi Yamanouchi added up.
As per recent reports, the Japanese auto giant sold 19,068 vehicle units in the month of January. The said figure represented a decline of 16.1 per cent as compared to the sales figures of the same period during 2012.
That depicted an expansion from December when sale facts dropped 26.4% as against a year earlier.
Noriaki Yamada, Mazda’s China boss, stated in an emailed report, “We anticipate the sale facts condition to stay tough during the first quarterly period but we propose to reinforce our product array and sales network with the aim to attain our twelve monthly sales targets of 200,000 vehicles in the Chinese market.”
The company runs a three way car project in the Chinese market with Ford Motor Co and Chongqing Changan Automobile Co Ltd.