Mazda plans to unveil its new Takeri concept at the Tokyo Auto Show in late November. The car will feature a unique regenerative braking system that powers the car’s electrical functions and saves fuel. A hint of the new Mazda6 The Takeri concept is a mid-size four-door sedan that hints strongly at the next generation Read on! →


Mazda recently introduced a new regenerative braking system that powers the car’s electrical functions as the vehicle brakes. The system is called i-ELOOP — or “Intelligent Energy Loop.” It makes an internal combustion vehicle behave in a manner similar to a hybrid. Converts kinetic energy to electricity The system converts kinetic braking energy — usually Read on! →