“Mazda KAAN” Futuristic Electric Car Concept to Compete The E1 Races

Electric fields and textures seen in the nature have given birth to Mazda Kaan designed by 6 innovative designers. This electric car is especially deigned to compete the E1 races. In order to reach 250 mph without any harmful emissions, Mazda Kaan uses a sub-level electro conductive polymer that powers the electric cars in a modern world. The design and look of the car is mind blowing. By sitting inside the car, one can feel that victory is for sure. So, let’s see how far this Mazda is going to take its future victory.

mazda kaan electric car

mazda kaan electric car


[Press Release]
The MAZDA KAAN is an electric race car designed to compete in the E1 races, the pinnacle of international motorsports in terms of technology and popularity. In 2025, California freeways have been resurfaced with a sub-level electro-conductive polymer that powers the electric cars of the modern world. MAZDA’s patented electronic tire system uses this technology to power the KAAN to reach 250 mph with no harmful emissions!

The vehicles are piloted by individual drivers but teams are made up of thirty cars, all on the track together. Using strategies similar to those in cycling peletons, the tighter the group sticks together, the more aerodynamic and powerful it becomes.

Inspiration for the KAAN comes from electric fields and textures seen in nature, particularly those in a lightning bolt. The car is uniquely designed around its powerful electric wheels while the cockpit acts as a capsule to safely house the driver, allowing for tighter peloton formations and a team victory.

mazda kaan electric car

mazda kaan electric car

mazda kaan electric car

mazda kaan electric car

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mazda kaan electric car

Designer : Jacques Flynn, Carlos Salaff, Minyong Lee, Greg Lee, Tim Brown, and Jordan Meadows

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AWESOME DESIGN !!! I WANT ONE !!!!

Hades says: November 12, 2008

How does it turns o_à ?

Nathan says: December 15, 2009

If only production electrics for the masses would look this good….

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Sloane says: September 24, 2010

So niceeeeeeeeee ! I absolutely love this car!

Dido says: January 16, 2011

still,how does the steering system works???

kayla says: March 14, 2011

this car sucks :} just kidding it can go really fast less emissions are used creating a better environment. less pollutions, so i really like it :]

Sabrina says: March 14, 2011

Kayla… why did you write that?? TEEHEE, jk. I know Kayla so..
But this car is kinda cool, I wouldnt drive it though(:

Sabrina says: March 14, 2011

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willie says: May 13, 2011

you guys are fags

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gunner says: May 13, 2011

both of you guys are faggots (: <3

willie says: May 13, 2011

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hamed says: November 7, 2011

I want make one pleas help me

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Memento Animation says: November 24, 2011

wow,very very nice design!!

sopiyup says: September 22, 2012

é ba sa doit allé vite!!!!!!!

TF3 says: January 24, 2013

man this car is beast

Victor Mahn says: March 18, 2013

Here I was thinking the word about Mazda not being too much into the e-car idea was true. It sure looks like the company is preparing well enough to challenge the market.

sfsdf says: April 17, 2013

amazing i want one build one

Ocala says: April 30, 2013

Awesome looking car, but it almost looks fake. Got to see it in person and then break the bank to get it…

    DongerZ says: May 22, 2014

    "almost looks fake" – you know this car isn't real, right?

Prakash says: May 3, 2013

wow,it's fantastic

Alden Ryley says: May 8, 2013

What a design!!! It's impressive.Well wishing to your company to make innovative MAZDA KAAN.

Mary says: May 22, 2013

This is perfect for car racing but of course, this would not be practical and appropriate if you will drive this car for your daily transportation and occasional trips. But this car is really impressive. – Mary

Alonso Riley says: June 2, 2013

I have been very glad to know that This electric car is especially deigned to compete the E1 races. I know so far the electric car is very fantastic to drive and it has a great speed, so anyone may go in any kinds of competition along with this electric car. I must buy this electric car as soon as possible to join in a car race. Thanks.

Chris says: July 2, 2013

What an awesome car, technology has come so far in the last 30 years it is simply amazing.

Warren Sharp says: July 15, 2013

wow really awesome design. i like it very much well done great work…………

andrew says: July 24, 2013

great and very amazing design…can I have one?

Brizziana Faith says: August 2, 2013

This electric car is very well designed for E1 racing competition. I can never imagine myself sitting inside of it. I am pretty much sure that even the competition has not yet started your enemy was already afraid of its loss.

Robert Yeager says: October 18, 2013

That’s really wonderful design. Really love that. These cars are not available in market yet.







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