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Mazda Furai Concept On Display At Detroit Auto Show

It doesn’t get much more hardcore than this track car inspired creation from Mazda. There’s no saying whether the Mazda Furai will ever make it into showrooms, so you better head on over to Detroit if you want to get intimate with the Japanese supercar.

Currently on display at the 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), the Mazda Furai is powered by a Mazda 20B rotary engine that develops an impressive 450 horsepower. The Furai also features a Courage C65 race car chassis, so you can be sure that it can handle the most aggressive of twisties.

Let’s face it, the Furai is an absolutely gorgeous work of art that can easily hold its own against some of its more expensive Italian counterparts. Too bad I doubt it’s street legal.

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