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VIDEO: How Hiroshima’s unique past made Mazda what it is today

Mazda is celebrating its centenary this year, so expect to see a lot of historical content from them this year. The latest is a video about the company’s early history and its origins in Hiroshima, an area far removed from … Continue reading

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100 YEAR CLUB: Mazda, Part 01

Exactly 100 years ago today, on January 30, 1920, Toyo Cork Kogyo was founded. This company, whose name translates to Oriental Cork Industries, would go on to build cars under the name Mazda. Thus, today marks the 100th anniversary of … Continue reading

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Mazda’s founder escaped Hiroshima nuke by a hair

If it weren’t for the way a split second unfolded on the morning of August 6, 1945, some of the world’s greatest cars, like the┬áCosmo Sport, RX-7 and Miata, may have never existed. That was the┬áday Mazda Motor Corporation’s founder, … Continue reading

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