Difference between revisions of "1981-1990 Mazda Cosmo"

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In late 1981 the third-generation Cosmo was debuted, marketed at the higher-end of the passenger/performance car market.  At first all models (two and four-door hardtops and sedans) were fitted with the 12A six-port injection engines as seen in the naturally aspirated RX-7s, but 13Bs with electronically controlled super-injection and a 12A with Mazda Impact-Turbo was soon added to the Cosmo's specification.  This turbocharger set-up was the world's first rotary turbo system in a production car, and paved the way for future rotary turbo engine designs.  Cosmos also featured electronically controlled four-wheel independent suspension.
 
In late 1981 the third-generation Cosmo was debuted, marketed at the higher-end of the passenger/performance car market.  At first all models (two and four-door hardtops and sedans) were fitted with the 12A six-port injection engines as seen in the naturally aspirated RX-7s, but 13Bs with electronically controlled super-injection and a 12A with Mazda Impact-Turbo was soon added to the Cosmo's specification.  This turbocharger set-up was the world's first rotary turbo system in a production car, and paved the way for future rotary turbo engine designs.  Cosmos also featured electronically controlled four-wheel independent suspension.
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Production Period: 1981-1990

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In late 1981 the third-generation Cosmo was debuted, marketed at the higher-end of the passenger/performance car market. At first all models (two and four-door hardtops and sedans) were fitted with the 12A six-port injection engines as seen in the naturally aspirated RX-7s, but 13Bs with electronically controlled super-injection and a 12A with Mazda Impact-Turbo was soon added to the Cosmo's specification. This turbocharger set-up was the world's first rotary turbo system in a production car, and paved the way for future rotary turbo engine designs. Cosmos also featured electronically controlled four-wheel independent suspension.

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