SKYACTIV-X next-generation gasoline engine . Featuring Spark-Controlled Compression Ignition, a never-before-seen combustion method, Mazda’s SKYACTIV-X engine represents the second step in Mazda’s quest to develop a gasoline engine with the ideal internal combustion mechanism.
Introducing Mazda's SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY. A new-generation highly-efficient direct-injection gasoline engine that achieves the world's highest gasoline engine compression ratio of 14.0:1
SkyActiv (branded as SKYACTIV) is a brand name for a series of technologies developed by Mazda which increase fuel efficiency and engine output. The initial announcement of the SkyActiv technologies included new engines, transmissions, body, and chassis, which appeared in Mazda products from 2011.
At Mazda, we’re in constant pursuit of making driving better. That’s why we developed a new technology, SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS with G-Vectoring Control, to help achieve a smoother, less fatiguing drive.
SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS represent a breakthrough in Mazda’s tireless pursuit of our human-centric philosophy. By enhancing our car’s dynamics on every level and in exceptional detail, we’ve managed to improve performance even further.
SKYACTIV is a blanket term for Mazda's innovative next-generation technologies that are being developed under the company's long-term vision for technology development, Sustainable Zoom-Zoom.
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With Skyactiv-X, Mazda Seeks to Keep the Internal Combustion Flame Burning Will combing spark-powered and compression-based ignition help this small automaker survive in the EV era?
Mazda’s Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture was developed with an intensified focus on its human-centered design philosophy to maximize the human body’s inherent ability to balance itself.
A few months after the reveal of the fourth-generation Mazda 3, details of the available SkyActiv-X engine have been revealed for the European market. The info comes from Mazda’s Slovakian ...