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Welcome to SKYLAB, where you can get to know the features ofSKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY.
Welcome to SKYLAB, where you can get to know the features of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY.
“Mazda is fully committed to green technology. But first and foremost is driver enjoyment. That is the Mazda difference” - Seita Kanai, Senior Managing Executive Officer for R&D and Program Management.
To minimise the load applied to an occupant’s neck in a rear impact, it’s essential to minimise the extent to which the head moves relative to the chest. An effective method is to quickly hold the head in position so it’s not thrown rearward. Active head restraints help achieve this.
The Mazda CX-9 and CX-7 are equipped with Mazda’s new active torque split all-wheel drive system. The all-wheel-drive system achieves a fine balance between sporty control and handling stability on snowy or wet surfaces, or under other challenging road conditions, that makes it particularly enjoyable to drive. Power and torque are effectively transferred to the road surface for maximum efficiency and performance.
Mazda's Activematic (automatic) transmissions are engineered to deliver the optimum balance in acceleration, minimal shift lag, ride comfort, quietness and fuel economy. The system allows the driver to choose between standard automatic and a manual mode where gear selections can be made by the driver. Activematic is available on select models of the Mazda3, Mazda6, MX-5, and CX-9.
If a collision occurs, MAIDAS disperses the impact energy and keeps occupants safe by minimising cabin deformation. Because we're looking at a frontal impact, the airbags should now deploy to supplement the seatbelts.
ABS works by detecting individual wheel-lock and momentarily releasing the brakes on that wheel, by decreasing the amount of brake fluid supplied to the wheel to allow the wheel to regain traction.
Currently, petroleum-derived plastics are used in various parts of automobiles. New materials are being sought that eliminate petroleum-resource dependence, cut CO2 emissions and enable fuel economy to be improved through decreased car weight.
Blind Spot Monitoring monitors the driver and passenger side blind areas and alerts the driver if there is another vehicle in either blind spot.
Common-Rail technology optimises fuel injection to match driving conditions, achieving efficient combustion at all times to establish a balance between high output and fuel economy.
Petrol direct injection and turbocharging are the primary sources of power for the MZR 2.3-litre four cylinder engine. Mazda has already installed the engine in the Mazda6 MPS, Mazda3 MPS and a derivative of it in the sporty crossover SUV, the CX-7 - as well as the new MPV in Japan.
DSC helps prevent understeer or oversteer by managing the braking force and engine torque delivered to individual wheels. DSC helps you stay on track under any road conditions. DSC is a standard feature on all Mazda vehicles.
EBD allocates braking force to the wheels with the most grip, according to vehicle loading.
Brake-assist monitors brake pedal force and input speed to determine when emergency braking is occurring. When detected, it automatically applies maximum braking force to all wheels.
Mazda has developed the world's first direct spot joining technology to join steel and aluminum.
High Beam Control switches the headlamps between high beam and low beam automatically when cars approach or when there is a car ahead or when you are driving in a well-lit area.
Hydrogen is in the spotlight at the moment as a particularly environment-friendly potential source of clean energy for the future. Mazda developed the RX-8 Hydrogen RE by creating a fusion of its existing hydrogen technology with the new-generation rotary engine RENESIS, enabling the natural driving feel of an internal combustion engine to be combined with excellent environmental performance.
Lane Departure Warning monitors the white lane markings on either side of the vehicle and warns the driver if the vehicle is about to stray from the lane.
The Mazda Advanced Impact Distribution and Absorption System (MAIDAS) offers superior protection for occupants due to impact absorption technologies.
A total of four roof motors – two on each side of the vehicle – transforms the car from coupe to open-top roadster – in just 12 seconds! Before opening or closing the hard top, the windows (if in the up position) are automatically lowered by approximately 100 mm to make sure there is enough room for the roof to fold back unimpeded.
The CX-9 is prevented from rolling by a sophisticated Roll Stability Control (RSC) system. RSC measures signals from the roll rate sensor and the wheel speed sensor and adjusts braking and/or torque to counter any roll movement.
Coating has always been the process that creates the greatest environmental burden during automobile production. The volatile organic compounds (VOC) generated during a vehicle's coating procedures account for about 95 percent of total emissions for the entire production process. Additionally, each coat requires its own baking and drying process and these are responsible for roughly 60 percent of all CO2 emissions.
Wheel speed sensors determine when a wheel loses traction and as a result, engine torque to that wheel is reduced. Brakes are applied to the traction-less wheel and it is slowed down to match speed of the other driven wheel(s). TCS is a standard feature on all Mazda vehicles.
In the event of a rear impact, whiplash-minimising front seats protect the necks of the driver and front passenger.