As from tomorrow the “100 Years Mazda” exhibition in the Brussels Autoworld museum is back open and will be extended until the end of January 2021. Here you will not only come across and admire 12 old and youngtimers, but 5 renowned race cars emanating from the Hiroshima based make, not forgetting the recently launched "full electric" MX-30.
As such all racing enthusiasts can gloat over such machines as the Cosmo 110S (4th place in the Marathon de la Route in 1968), the 323 Formula 4 Rally car from the champion Grégoire de Mévius, the RX-7 which won the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps with Pierre Dieudonné and Tom Walkinshaw and the 787B with which Mazda won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1991 being the first (and until recently the only) Japanese make to do so.
Not only will you have an insight into the make’s rich history, but also a short explanation regarding the revolutionary SKYACTIV-X engine and you will be immersed in the world of the Mazda Design - KODO of Soul of Motion. As such this exhibition will be re-opened as from 1st December, and will be on display until the end of January 2021.
Further information (among others about each exhibited car) is to be found on www.mazda.be .