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Looks like Mazda is following BMW and Nissan and hiring established filmmakers to create promotional short films. The Japanese Atenza 23Z (click for press release) special site has a 6 minute (part 1 of 2) movie of the Atenza (Mazda 6 in the US) produced by director Luc Besson. A little weak in the plot but some nice scenery and impressive driving. Dialogue is French with Japanese subs.
I'll post an archive of the 1 Mbit stream if anyone is interested.
Those wheels and ground effects look really nice, imo. Most 6's I've seen in the US are AT base level models which look weak in comparison. Hopefully we'll see more S-level models in the near future (I believe Mazda has already mentioned they under-estimated the demand for MT 3.0 models here). Besides, I think it would undermine Mazda's image as a maker of driver's cars to pursue the Camry/Accord market.
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Ti/Blk GT, 6 Spd, Santa Monica Mazda (07.15.2003)
Agree... BMW short films are better, but this isn't too bad. Wish this one is longer, more exciting, and english subtitles.
Anyway, after watching the film I really want to get the navigation system, but it's too late...