M2 1001 1992

Discussion in 'Cars' started by Nachowskip, Sep 8, 2019.

  1. Nachowskip

    Nachowskip

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    Manufacturer: Mazda

    Country of Origin: Japan

    Year: 1992

    Engine: modified B6-ZE 1.6 litre inline-4 producing 128 HP

    Drivetrain: RWD

    Gearbox: 5 speed manual

    Dimmensions: 3960x1675x1225mm

    Weight: 960 kg

    The M2 1001 was a modified version of the Eunos Roadster (NA) made by Mazda's subsidiary brand M2 Incorporated. They made 300 units only and their buyers were decided by lotery. The modifications were an stronger chassis, modified B6-ZE engine producing 128 HP, roll bars, Momo steering wheel, Alcantara bucket seats, handmade interior peaces, Panasport 15" wheels and different bumper with foglights.
     

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  2. Famine

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    A couple of points. First, the word "Mazda" doesn't belong in the title, for the reasons you already stated:
    Secondly, as you'll see from every other thread in the forum, years must be four digits.

    Please read the pinned threads in this forum:
    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/threads/how-to-submit-your-gran-turismo-suggestions.297731/
    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/threads/cars-suggestion-forum-guidelines.312878/

    Lastly, it's good to see M2 getting some love :D There are some truly odd M2s (and some even odder ones planned but never produced).
     
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  3. Nachowskip

    Nachowskip

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    Sorry for the year. I realized that a couple of minutes after posting it.


    Also I'm very surprised that some people know about the M2 cars.
    It's very hard to see information about these cars on the internet. The mayority of the information is in japanese and there are 2 videos testing the car in all the internet (only from old japanese TV car shows) and the rest of it are from owners meetings.
     
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  4. Sonygamer455

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    As a heads up, if you scroll to the top of the page and click "Thread Tools", you can edit the title. ;)
     
  5. Nachowskip

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    Thanks for the info :).
     
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