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The Eleventh Concept Car from the Top 17: Mazda Furai

Welcome, gearheads, to an exhilarating journey through automotive history as we unveil the Mazda Furai—the epitome of innovation, speed, and sheer adrenaline. Strap in as we delve into the dynamic world of the Mazda Furai, where passion meets precision and craftsmanship reigns supreme. Unveiling the Masterpiece On a fateful day in December 2007, automotive enthusiasts were treated to a sight unlike any other—the Mazda Furai. Derived from the Japanese word meaning "sound of the wind," this concept car was more than just a vehicle; it was a symphony of design and engineering. Officially introduced at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Furai marked the culmination of Mazda's relentless pursuit of automotive excellence. A Racing Legacy Drawing inspiration from its illustrious ancestor, the 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans-winning 787B, the Mazda Furai was destined for greatness on the track. Adorned with striking red and silver aero work and proudly sport

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What's This? | Top Gear Have Destroyed The Mazda Furai!

“ SOMETIMES WE GOT IT WRONG Forgive us, for we have sinned. Top Gear is responsible for the untimely demise of the quite remarkable Mazda Furai Concept, and we’re very, very sorry. Find out how (if that picture hasn’t clued you in…) in our bumper anniversary issue, and try not to hate us too much.”

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