Mazda builds excitement for the debut of its Shinari concept at the 2010 Paris Motor Show in early October. The coupe-styled sedan showcases the automaker's new Kodo design language, which translates to "soul of motion." A closer look at the photos reveals more details about the cars features and technology, including possible Smart Idle Stop System and Dynamic Stability Control, and e-mail integration.
The Mazda Shinari concept coupe-styled sedan will be revealed at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.
The instrument cluster combines analog controls with digital displays. A closer look reveals electronic displays integrated with analog controls to display information on the three driving modes, a speedometer that tops out at 280 kph, and a button with a mail icon on it located below the joystick on the center console, suggesting that e-mail may be a feature of the infotainment.