2023 Mazda RX-10 Vision 1,030-HP Hydrogen-Powered Hypercar

2023 Mazda RX-10 Vision – The striking Mazda RX-Vision was unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, giving us an opportunity to believe of the Japanese automaker will develop the next motorized sports car in the near future in the future, as a successor to the RX-8. However, that day isn’t happening and has led renderers to think of the possibilities of what a future powered by a rotary Mazda performance car might appear like.

Mazda RX-10 Vision
Mazda RX-10 Vision

2023 Mazda RX-10 Vision Redesign

The latest concept is the creation by Maximilian Schneider, an exterior designer at Mitsubishi Motors Japan, who is the designer of a stunning Mazda hypercar idea. It’s known as”the Mazda RX-10 Vision Longtail, it is planned as a hydrogen-powered hypercar that can be utilized on the roads or even homologated for the race track in the brand new Le Mans Hypercar class.

Mazda RX-10 Vision Redesign
Mazda RX-10 Vision Redesign

The front of at the front, the RX-10 Vision Longtail retains Mazda’s distinctive grille that is flanked by LED headlights, however, apart from that, it is unlike the other car within the Japanese automaker’s lineup of. The low-slung look, massive wheel arches, and wraparound windshield give this RX-10 Vision Longtail a very impressive appearance. The long rear ends are similar to that of the McLaren F1 GTR Longtail that was raced at the 1997 24 Hours of Le Mans and was the inspiration for the McLaren 765LT and 675LT road cars. Round taillights that are joined by full-width light bars adorn the rear.

Engine

Schneider envisions that the Mazda RX-10 Vision would be driven by an upper-mounted 2.3-liter turbocharged circular engine that produces 780 horsepower. Two electric motors could be attached to the front axle, generating an average of 125 horsepower, which is an overall power output of 1,030 hp.

Mazda RX-10 Vision Specs
Mazda RX-10 Vision Specs

2023 Mazda RX-10 Vision Test Drivers

This configuration would allow that the RX-10 Vision Longtail to rocket from 62 mph to 62 in 2.5 seconds, and then reach the maximum speed of 265 miles per hour. The extensive use of lightweight materials could also bring it down in weight to 3,196 pounds. Although we’re not anticipating Mazda to create a halo-style hypercar anytime very soon, the recent patent filings offer an indication for the long-anticipated Mazda RX-9 is likely to be built in the near future.