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The Mazda Furai by John Gaffen

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Three-quarter image of the front end of the Mazda Furai. It is a concept car revealed on 27 December, 2007 and manufactured by Mazda. The chassis is based on the Courage Compétition C65 Le Mans Prototype that Mazda last used to compete in the American Le Mans Series, two seasons previously and is designed to use E100 ethanol fuel, it is powered by a new generation 3-rotor wankel engine that puts out 450 bhp. Unlike many concept cars, the Furai is fully functional and is currently being tested at various tracks. It has run at Laguna Seca and Buttonwillow. Head designer, Laurens van den Acker, has stated in an interview with Top Gear magazine that there are possibilites of the Furai being used for racing in Le Mans, and he also has strong hopes that the car could be brought to the market.

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mazda furai, mazda motor corporation, concept car, performance car, japanese, futuristic, automotive, car, transport

I was a scientist for many years, working in the field of medical research, both in academia and in industry. In late 2004, I left science to pursue my creative interests in photography and the visual arts.

I am now a professional photographer living in South East London. You can view my professional photography website at:- www.whitewindmillphotography.co.uk

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  • MIGHTY TEMPLE IMAGES
    MIGHTY TEMPLE ...over 3 years ago

    looks awesome ! beautiful shot ;)

  • John Gaffen
    John Gaffenover 3 years ago

    Thanks for your comment My Good Eye Images, it is certainly a very unusual car and very photogenic

  • Peter Billiau
    Peter Billiauover 3 years ago

  • John Gaffen
    John Gaffenover 3 years ago

    Thanks Peter, I’m very pleased to be featured in Petrolheads

  • Steve Mezardjian
    Steve Mezardjianover 3 years ago

    What a wicked concept car and even more wicked capture John!
    Congrats on the feature!

  • John Gaffen
    John Gaffenover 3 years ago

    Thanks very much for you comment Steve

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesover 3 years ago

  • Thank you Rene

    – John Gaffen

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