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Press Releases of Mazda Motor Europe

Mazda to Jointly Establish Vehicle Production Facility in Mexico and Sales Company in Brazil with Sumitomo

  • Motor Corporation today announced that it has signed formal
  • agreements and begun preparations to establish a Mazda vehicle production facility in
  • Mexico and a sales company in Brazil, in alliance with Sumitomo Corporation. Through the
  • new joint ventures, Mazda and Sumitomo intend to combine their individual strengths in
  • order to enhance both companie...

1991 Le Mans winning Mazda 787B guest stars in 2011 with Johnny Herbert and Patrick Dempsey

  • 20 years after winning the world’s most demanding 24-hour
  • endurance race, the No. 55 Mazda 787B car returned as a guest star for Le Mans 2011.
  • Twice driven in demonstration laps around the legendary Circuit de la Sarthe on
  • Thursday, June 9th and Saturday 11th, it thrilled the huge Le Mans crowds with a revival
  • of the unforgettable sound of its 4-rotor...

Patrick Dempsey to join Mazda Celebrations in Le Mans for the 20th Anniversary of Win

  • Twenty years ago this month, Mazda became the first – and to
  • date, the only – Japanese automaker to score an overall win at the world’s most famous
  • endurance race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Endurance road-racing has been the cornerstone
  • of Mazda’s participation in motor sports since 1968, as it is the ultimate demonstration of
  • quality, durability and...

All-new Mazda BT-50 Freestyle Cab to make its Global Debut at the AIMS in Melbourne

  • The Freestyle Cab version of the all-new Mazda BT-50 pick-up
  • will make its global debut at the upcoming Australian International Motor Show (AIMS) to be
  • held in Melbourne on 1 – 10 July.
  • Utilising the revolutionary centre-opening door configuration first seen on the RX-8, the BT-
  • 50 Freestyle Cab offers a unique combination of seating for four, a wide...

Next Mazda CD-Car for North America to Be Built in Hofu, Japan

  • Mazda Motor Corporation has announced that the company will
  • build its next CD- car for the North American market at its Hofu Plant in Yamaguchi
  • prefecture, Japan, as part of ongoing efforts to increase global manufacturing efficiencies.
  • “Currently, production of the Mazda6 exists in three locations: at our Hofu Plant in Japan,
  • AutoAlliance Inte...