1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport 110S

Updated: Nov 28, 2020

The Mazda Cosmo Sport (sold overseas as the 110S) – the world's first volume production sports car powered by a two-rotor rotary engine - was unveiled to the public at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 1963. When the president of Mazda, Tsuneji Matsuda, drove the prototype into show venue it was a surprise to everyone. The Mazda Cosmo Sport featured beautiful, futuristic proportions and exceptional driving performance. It was a vehicle that clearly deserved the comment, "More like flying than driving."

Source: Mazda Motor Co.