The Mazda RX-7 (FC3S) was introduced in October 1985, seven years after the launch of the original RX-7, the fully redesigned second generation model. The development team wanted to build a sports car to surpass Porsche. They aimed for "the perfect sports car that exists within everyone's heart - a sports car for a liberated adult".
The new RX-7 was more upmarket than its predecessor, with higher quality levels and a flowing and dynamic design. The 13B engine featured an air cooled twin scroll turbocharger. The independent rear suspension was specially developed for optimal handling and stability when cornering.
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The Mazda RX-7 (FC3S) has a stock top speed of 255 km/h (158 mph) which is very high for a Class D car. The acceleration is good but because of its short powerband that the RX-7 has, it can be difficult to reach the top speed of the RX-7. The nitrous output on this vehicle is also weak. Its handling is good and sharp. However, its steering is looser than the FD. Without any proper braking, the car may slide uncontrollably and fishtail.