The Japanese car maker announced that it will bring the Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen RE at this year’s Le Mans into the Future event for a demonstration.
The Le mans into the Future event is a race in which participant vehicles, like the Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen RE, use alternative powertrains based on electric,
hybrid, natural gas or hydrogen fuel. The Mazda coupe RX-8 Hydrogen RE
is fitted with a dual-fuel (petrol/hydrogen) rotary engine that burns zero-emissions hydrogen.
The Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen RE is currently
available for lease in Japan and Norway
Mazda is the first and only participant at the Le Mans 24 Hours to win the competition in 1991 with a rotary-engine race car, with an RX-8 driven by Yojiro Terada.  

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Source: Mazda