It is truly glorious
When a rendering s done well, it becomes near impossible to tell the difference between let's say a regular Mazda MX-5 and a shooting brake version. The latest creation to come out of the realm of Photoshop is a stunning creation that seamlessly blends the Mazda RX-Vision concept with a Porsche 918 Spyder.
The RX-Vision was first revealed back in 2015 at the Tokyo Motor Show and was an instant hit with Mazda fans and gearheads alike. This striking design was accompanied by a very significant hint: the name RX indicated that the RX-Vision could be powered by a rotary engine, made famous in JDM legends such as the RX-7.
When pushed for an answer on whether the RX-Vision would see the light of day, Mazda design boss Ikuo Maeda simply stated that it was his dream to make this project come to life, and confirmed that he had completed a design for a sports car that could possibly become a production model. With the Mazda MX-5 heading Mazda's sports car push, there most certainly is space for a more upmarket car from the Japanese automaker.
To make things even more interesting, Mazda revealed a more hardcore version of the RX-Vision, named the RX-Vision GT3 for Grand Turismo Sport which takes on a more serious race-car stance.
The car you see in front of you was posted by Instagram account carlifestyle, and shows the perfect blend of Mazda and Porsche coming together to celebrate all things beautiful in the automotive world. At first glance it is easy to overlook the Porsche influence, seeing as the RX-Vision's front end is so in-your-face, but upon closer inspection, it is clear that there has been some German flavor sprinkled in.
The end result is nothing short of spectacular, and we could totally see ourselves in one of these. All it needs is a rotary engine strapped to a massive turbocharger.