It took some time, but Fiat and Mazda have officially come to terms to build a two-seat sports car for the one of the Italian automaker's brands, Alfa Romeo.
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After more than four decades championing the rotary engine—a powertrain that has become synonymous with Mazda—the Japanese automaker is shelving it in favor of its newer, Skyactiv engines.
Auto shows are a time for carmakers to display their hottest new models, boast about big horsepower numbers, and showcase low-to-the-floor, stylish, swoopy concept cars that have no chance of making it to production.
Mazda is looking to reposition itself in the U.S., and big changes are planned to help the comparatively small Japanese automaker get there.