Sports cars automakers have ascended the auto industry’s ladder to become some of the most popular and consumer friendly in the whole world.

Us roads are filled with mainly compact sedans and big bulky pick ups, trucks and SUVs. That's what's mainstream right now in the US, your daily commuter for the average person. A car that would go A to B just fine. But younger generations like us prefer cars with a character. Something that will reflect a part of our personality. A machine that is worth remembering for days to come.

Mazda has made some sweet rides and took the rotary engine design very seriously. Here are the



2nd place for 13G/20B-REW engine

The Double Rotary engine !
The Mazda Wankel engines (a type of rotary combustion engine). Over the years, displacement has been increased and turbocharging has been added. Mazda rotary engines have a reputation for being relatively small and powerful with the expense of poor fuel efficiency. They started to become popular with kit car builders, hot rodders and in light aircraft because of their light weight, compact size, and tuning potential stemming from their inherently high power-to-weight ratio - as is true to all Wankel-type engine.

But lets talk abou 13G/20B-REW
In Le Mans racing, the first three-rotor engine used in the 757 was named the 13G. The main difference between the 13G and 20B is that the 13G uses a factory peripheral intake port (used for racing) and the 20B (production vehicle) uses side intake ports. It was renamed 20B after Mazda's naming convention for the 767 in November 1987. The three-rotor 20B-REW was only used in the 1990-1995 Eunos Cosmo. It was the world's first volume-produced twin-turbo setup. It was offered in both 13B-REW and 20B-REW form. It displaced 1,962 cc (119.7 cu in) (three 654 cc rotors) and used 0.7 bar (10 psi; 70 kPa) of boost pressure to produce 300 hp (224 kW) and 407 N·m (300 lbf·ft).

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