Wednesday, August 4, 2010

The Return of the Mazda MX-6 Coupe

C H O P —Sleek and sophisticated, perhaps it's time again for Mazda to field a mid-size coupe. The MX-6 was one of the better looking cars of the early 1990s, and Mazda has a history of fine two door sedans and coupes dating back to their original RX-3s and RX-4s of the early 1970s. Perhaps this MX-6 could have a rotary engine option from their RX-8 to produce a true family sports coupe, the RX-6.


  1. Casey,

    I'm glad, but not surprised, that you admire the early 90s MX6. It is such a clean and simple design. It always reminded me of the 53 Studebaker Starliner in its purity.

    Even today when I see one of those Mazdas on the street I have to stop for a moment to take it all in.

    Paul, New York City

  2. Now, that's a very smart idea and would rival the Honda Accord nicely. We don't have to worry about it competing with Toyota because they no longer make a Camry or Solaris coupe. I'm not sure what the hell there up to, supposedly the so-called FT-86 project but still it lacks the luxury presented in Casey's art work.

    Can someone please forward this guy's resume to a real company??? This man understands the beauty of organic (see posts above) and inorganic art forms and somethings his inorganic interpretations
    may overlap or be interpreted as organic.