Posted Oct 11th 2011 8:42PM
Detroit – Mazda Ryuga Concept, Laurens van den Acker, Mazda Motor Corporation in Japan, Design Division General Manager for Hiroshima, destroying the status quo and challenged every designer in the world with three studies the question of his arrival at Mazda early last year. After months of soul searching, hundreds of sketches and thousands of conversations, meetings, discussions and revisions, the first part of the answer was unveiled at a car show in Los Angeles last year.
Mazda Supercars Nagare Concept provocative (stream Japanese), has introduced a new surface language of emotional movement in the place by car. Mazda Ryuga said, focusing on improving the sophistication and combines high quality materials, excellent workmanship and innovative details. Ryuga is a wind swept the main body, gull-doors and fender flares. It will be interesting to see how this vision has been translated into three concept cars and production models may be on the phone.
Reflects the original Japanese, Ryuga is both simple and complex. While the dominant flow theme is simple details – such as the side surfaces and the wheels – are complex. Solid and liquid live here in harmony. Round the outside, Nakamuta show several important features:
The instrument was born out of the dashboard like a flower, a large chrome with digital and analog displays. Let’s see how many potions Mazda Ryuga Concept luxury and fall (perhaps like the morning dew on the leaves of bamboo) to something like, say, 2010 RX-8, is anyone’s guess.