At the last Tokyo Motor Show in 2015, Mazda unveiled the RX-Vision, which was a rotary powered sports car of the future. This year we have the Vision Coupe, which is just as gorgeous, but loses the RX moniker.
Despite its name, the Vision Coupe is actually a four-door sedan. Its streamlined looks, Mazda says, are drawn from a minimalist Japanese aesthetic, or "one-motion" design to make it look like the car is moving, even when it's standing still. The profile kind of resembles an Aston Martin Rapide (in my eyes, anyway). I wouldn't consider that a bad thing.
The interior continues Mazda's minimalist approach, using beautifully crafted wood and leather to construct a tidy cabin space. The gauge dials, shifter, and steering wheel all look like they were built to the highest standard imaginable.
Mazda hasn't revealed any specs on the Vision Coupe, or whether it'll head to production. But it's very likely design cues from the car will make it to future production models. We can dream, can't we?