Mazda Concept Cars to Look Out For

Mazda Concept Cars

Mazda has always been known as one of the most innovative automakers on the market. That’s why it should come as no surprise that they have some of the most unique concept cars right now. Here are a few that Mazda has put out.

 

Koeru Concept

As the crossover SUV market is one of the fastest growing sections right now, Mazda developed this stunning crossover concept. The Koeru features Mazda’s latest SKYACTIV® Technology, and it’s a great blend of stylish and sporty.

Shinari

Powerful, stylish, and sleek. These are the three best words to describe the Shinari. Its unique body lines give the Shinari some of the most unique aesthetics we have ever seen.

Takeri

Derived from the Japanese word for ‘masculine’, the Takeri is a highly efficient vehicle that is also outfitted with Mazda’s new SKYACTIV® technology.

Sassou

A small, lightweight vehicle, the Sassou is uniquely efficient. It’s powered by a turbocharged, three-cylinder, 1.0-liter MZR Direct Injection Spark Ignition gas engine.

Minagi

A sporty crossover SUV, the Minagi embodies everything that a crossover vehicle should be. It’s versatile, attractive, and powerful. There’s no question that it’s a car of the future.

 

For more about Mazda’s unique concept cars, check out this list.

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Favorite St. Patrick’s Day Traditions Explained

Although it’s one of the most celebrated holidays in the United States, how much do you actually know about St. Patrick’s Day traditions? The history runs deep, and it’s very interesting. Here are a few of the more popular St. Patrick’s Day traditions explained.

 

St. Patrick The Man

Who was he? Many falsely believe that St. Patrick was from Ireland. In fact, St. Patrick was a British nobleman that was enslaved by the Irish. Upon receiving his freedom, St. Patrick returned to Ireland as a missionary.

 

The Food

Although corned beef and cabbage is one of the most popular meals to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, this tradition is more American than Irish. Irish immigrants in the 19th century were mostly poor and corned beef and cabbage was one of the cheapest meals.

 

The Beer

Although Guinness is a fairly popular beer in the United States (we drink about 600,000 pints of it per day), that number jumps to an astronomical 3 million pints of Guinness on St. Patrick’s Day. Support Dublin on St. Patrick’s Day!

 

Now that you know a bit more about the St. Patrick’s Day traditions, get out and celebrate! Be safe, and enjoy the holiday.