THE MAZDA WAY
TWO PARTS INGENUITY PLUS ONE PART NERVE.
EQUAL PARTS UNCONVENTIONAL THINKING.
It's what drove Dick Fosbury to reinvent the high jump with the "Fosbury Flop", a legacy that's lasted over 65 years. It led Thomas Edison to make electric light bulbs accessible to everyone.
And it's what inspired Laird Hamilton to devise a simple yet ingenious way to catch monster waves.
Their determination is our resolution: find a better way. The Mazda Way.