Mazda had humble beginnings as a manufacturer of machinery tools and cork in 1920 but has grown to be an award-winning auto industry mainstay.
First Cars and Partnerships
In 1931, Mazda moved their focus from machinery to their first automobile, the open 3-wheel truck known as an auto rickshaw.
After forming a new business partnership with NSU in 1967, they produced the Cosmo Sport, making them the only manufacturer that creates the Wankel-type engine. By 1973, Mazda RX-3 became the first vehicle in the world to pass strict new U.S. standards for regulating exhaust emissions.
Throughout their history they have innovated their full line up from cars, trucks, SVUs, and race cars to be cleaner and run better. They have stuck to creating environmentally conscious, reasonably priced, top-of-the line automobiles for the whole world.