What you need to know about the Mazda X-Trail and other sports cars
The Mazda Xtrail is the second-generation of Mazda’s cross-country sports car.
Mazda’s first sports car was the X-TRAIL, and it’s also the first X-trail to have a 3.5-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine.
The Xtrails powertrain is also unique in that it’s a direct descendant of the Xtreme Xtra, Mazda’s supercharged three-cylinders that were used in the Mazda 6 and X-Crosse.
Mazda used this technology to produce a new supercharged 3.0-liter turbocharged four-pot inline-six for the Xtrailer.
But the Xtras engine has been used since the Mazda RX-7.
The new 3.3-liter six-cylile Xtracycle engine was designed for the RX-8, which is the next-generation Mazda flagship sedan.
It’s expected to feature a turbocharged 3-liter V6, with an output of around 400 horsepower.
The engine will be mounted in a custom aluminum cylinder block, with a single overhead camshaft, and will come with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
Mazda also plans to introduce a hybrid version of the 3.1-liter engine, and the XTrailer will likely get a hybrid option with an eight-speed manual transmission.
The turbocharged six-speed transmission and eight-speeds are also the only two options available in the XTR.
The 3.4-liter version will also get a twin-turbocharged engine, along with a six-spoke aluminum wheel.
The hybrid version will have a twin turbocharger and a single, twin-piston caliper.
The car’s dimensions will be about the same as the RX7’s, and we expect the XTracycle to weigh about 3,500 pounds less than the RX 7.
It should come with a 7-inch touchscreen, along the lines of the RX 5’s, which should help drivers navigate the car.
A rear-mounted 5.0L V6 engine will make around 300 hp, which will be around the same power as the 4.5L inline-four that the X6 gets.
In fact, we expect that this engine will give the X8 a good boost in the corners, where it will be capable of hitting the top speed of 200 mph.
The RX7 also comes with a pair of electric motors.
The first is a single-pump, four-speed dual-clutch automatic, which has a gearbox that uses a combination of variable valve timing and electronic stability control.
The second electric motor is a three-speed sequential manual, which makes around 220 hp.
This engine also has a 6.5 lb-ft of torque, which, in turn, helps the RX8 to reach 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.
The Mazda RX7 is available now in Europe and the US, but will be available in other markets soon.