Mazda RX to evolve, U.S. sales considered DETROIT — If the crowds at this year's North American International Auto Show respond as well as the car show crowds last fall in Tokyo to Mazda Motor Corp.'s sporty RX-Evolv concept car, then it very well could be sold in the U.S. So says Richard Beattie, Mazda's North American operations president and chief executive officer. The RX-Evolv, a 4-seat, 4-door midsize sports car, is powered by the “Renesis” rotary engine, a trademark-Mazda twin-rotor ...

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