1969 Mazda Cosmo Sport Model L10B

The 1969 Mazda Cosmo Sport Model L10B was a two-door sports car produced by Mazda between 1967 and 1972. It was the first production car to feature Mazda’s rotary engine, which offered smooth power delivery and high-revving performance.

The L10B version of the Cosmo Sport was introduced in 1968 and featured a number of updates over the previous models, including a more powerful 128-horsepower engine, four-wheel disc brakes, and a revised suspension.

The car’s design was also updated, with a more angular front end and a larger rear spoiler. The interior featured bucket seats and a sleek dashboard layout.

Despite its advanced technology and impressive performance, the Cosmo Sport was not a commercial success, with only around 1,500 units produced during its five-year run. However, it was a significant milestone in the development of Mazda’s rotary engine technology, which would go on to power many of the company’s later models.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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