Mazda's Vision Coupe concept builds off the wild success of its predecessor, the RX Vision concept.
The Vision Coupe attempts to give the public a look at the next generation of Mazda's design language.
The next generation of Mazda's design language is apparently going to be awesome.
Mazda calls the car's form "one motion," and I can see why.
The car doesn't lean on heavy creases or aggressive angles, choosing instead to focus on smooth lines.
It shares a bunch of design elements with the Kai Concept, which also debuted this week in Tokyo.
The interior is similar to the Kai Concept's, too.
There's a new focus on horizontal lines, with the infotainment system hiding under a long, layered dashboard.
There's a healthy dose of wood on the doors and center console, and the gauges are pretty straightforward, although I'm pretty sure they're screens and not real gauges.
The Tokyo Motor Show runs through Nov. 4.
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