Mazda Cosmo Sport 110 Japan Sport Cars Pictures and Review

The first Mazda (1967) to bear the cosmo name (called the 110S) was the first 2-rotor rotary engine powered series car. A prototype was introduced at the 1964 Tokyo Motor Show, and 80 pre-production Cosmos were produced for the Mazda test department (20) and for dealership testing (60) between 1965 and 1966. Full production began in May 1967 and lasted through 1972, though Cosmos were built by hand at a rate of only about one per day.
  • Manufacturer : Mazda
  • Production     : 1967-1995
  • Assembly       : Hiroshima, Japan
  • Class              : Sports car
  • Body style(s)  : 2-door coupe
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