Although Mazda Motor started to take part in the business industry and was founded in Japan under the name of Toyo Cork Kogyo Co., production of automobiles entered the automotive scene with the vehicle entry product under model name of Mazda-Go in the year 1931. And while this is the first vehicle ever to came from Mazda Motors, it was in 1960 when Mazda first gained the real name as an automaker when the first Mazda four-wheeled vehicle was introduced into the market. Mazda R360 is the four-wheel vehicle that Mazda introduced into the industry with Mazda Carol following production in 1962.
What made Mazda notable in the industry is the unique contribution they made into the industry. Mazda was the first and the only remainng manufacturer who employs Wankel rotary engine for their automobile production. They were also the lone automotive manufacturer who have produced Miller cycle engine which was manifested in the Mazda model Millenia in 1993. Mazda also reaped the "24 Hours of Le Man race" award in 1991. They also possess the unique concept for automobile model production which made them popular in the industry albeit not as successful as other auto makes' best-seller status.
Though the plight of Mazda took in the industry was not as bright as other automobile manufacturers, Mazda lived up to a reputable existence in the industry. Mazda lineup of vehicles is still evident with much dedication and intent focus to provide the consumers with more than quality other automakers can provide. And with Mazda's noble vision they still continue to bring innovative and one-of-a-kind production technique to justify consumer's demand and satisfaction. Mazda auto parts are in proliferation in the market to aid Mazda owners in preserving their innovation for the automotive industry. Mazda body parts, in particular, are offered in the industry to bring Mazda vehicles into the limelight of well-dressed and spiced-up look of the automotive events.