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Mazda stakes revival of fortunes on expansion of its lineup

Hopes are high for new 'large products' and EVs with iconic rotary engine

Mazda's plant in the Yamaguchi Prefecture city of Hofu will be an important base for its new strategy. (Photo courtesy of the company)

HIROSHIMA, Japan -- Mazda, struggling with intensifying competition, will turn to new models to revive its fortunes. In addition to introducing "large products" in its new lineup, including SUVs to draw in car enthusiasts, the company will bring back the rotary engine, its global symbol. However, it remains an open question whether the company can reverse its worsening situation, which has been compounded by the new coronavirus.

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