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Mazda preparing inline-six petrol, diesel engines
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10th May 2019
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Mazda preparing inline-six petrol, diesel engines

Mazda is committed to bringing back the six, with an investor report revealing the brand is working on a pair of longitudinally-oriented inline-six engines with 48V and plug-in hybrid technology. In a presentation dubbed Fiscal Year 2019 March Results there's a graphic dedicated to future product and, under the "Large Architecture" header, features straight-six Skyactiv-X and Skyactiv-D engines.
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Scott Collie
2018 Mazda 3 to ignite no-spark petrol engines
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18th Jan 2017
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2018 Mazda 3 to ignite no-spark petrol engines

Japanese manufacturer Mazda is set to pioneer a new engine technology next year, which will cut fuel use by 30 per cent and go without spark plugs - according to a new report out of Japan. Nikkei says the company will introduce the new engines towards the end of 2018 in the next-generation Mazda 3 small car, known as the Axela in Japan.
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James Wong
Toyota and Mazda near fuel cell, engine partnership - report
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11th May 2015
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Toyota and Mazda near fuel cell, engine partnership - report

Toyota and Mazda are nearing a partnership that would see the two Japanese automakers share and supply drivetrain technology with each other. According to the Nikkei, the new agreement would see Toyota share and co-develop its fuel cell technology (below), currently used in the Mirai, with Mazda. In return, Mazda will reportedly supply Toyota with SkyActiv engines, as well as share some of its related technologies.
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Derek Fung
Mazda to double SkyActiv engine production
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6th Jul 2012
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Mazda to double SkyActiv engine production

Mazda will double production of its SkyActiv engines in October to meet rising global demand for its new powertrain technology. Annual production capacity of Mazda’s SkyActiv-G petrol and SkyActiv-D diesel engines will increase from 400,000 to 800,000 units at Mazda’s Hiroshima plant in Japan.
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Tim Beissmann
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