The second gadget, which makes its introduction with the new Mazda 6 is i-ELOOP, Mazda's extraordinary brake vitality recovery framework which starts charging a capacitor the minute the driver takes his foot off the quickening agent. Power put away in the capacitor can then be utilized to power electric segments all through the auto. In liberating the motor from a great part of the obligation of giving power to these segments, more fuel vitality goes straightforwardly to controlling the auto bringing about further enhancements in efficiency.
"In developing the 3rd generation Mazda 6, we pursued Mazda's intrinsic value: 'driving pleasure'. We wanted to create a car that reacts and behaves exactly as you expect it to. Part of this involved carefully crafting those parts of the car which you often touch to feel as though they are an extension of your own body," says Hiroshi Kajiyama, the new Mazda 6 Program Manager.
"We have created a design in which the wild and dynamic expressions of motion artistically realize a powerful presence. Simply looking at the car heightens one's expectations about the driving experience even before actually riding in it."