DETROIT – Mazda Motor Corp.’s display of the Ryuga concept vehicle here last month was to gauge reaction not just to the design, but also to the idea of adding a small coupe to the lineup. The auto maker is compiling input from the media and public to the Ryuga vs. the Nagare concept that bowed in November at the Los Angeles auto show. And Mazda will gather more string when it unveils a third concept in the series at the Geneva auto show in March. The Ryuga builds on the “flow” theme of ...

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