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Comments: The third generation of the RX-7 debuted in 1993 and marked a return back to the basics. The RX-7 was only available as a two-door hatchback with a new twin-sequential turbo-charged rotary engine (13B-REW) rated at 255 bhp. Available either with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission, the new RX-7 featured a driver's airbag, 4 wheel disc brakes with Anti-Lock Brakes, and a limited-slip differential as standard. Optional were two packages (that could not be ordered together): The performance minded R-1 option added dual oil coolers and body spoilers. The luxury-oriented Touring Package added leather seats, a power sunroof, Bose Speakers, and steering wheel mounted cruise control. The all new RX-7 boasted 50/50 weight distribution and weighed 190 lbs. less than the previous generation Turbo. 1994 saw minor improvements, such as a new "one touch" power down driver's window, map pockets, dual airbags, a softer suspension setting (for base and Touring editions), and a revised dashboard. Optional was the Touring package (which now featured a power steel sunroof rather than the previous glass one, the Performance package (now called R-2), and a new Popular Equipment package, which included leather seats, power sunroof, and a rear cargo cover. The Touring package was dropped for 1995, the last year of the RX-7. The RX-7 had become a true performance car, but the price increases (topping out at $36,000) sealed its fate. The RX-7 was discontinued in 1995, and the era of the rotary engine came to an end, for now.
Engines: 1.3 rotary turbo 255 bhp @ 7000 rpm, 220 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm.
Performance: 1.3t/255: 0-60 in 5.1 seconds, 1/4 mile in 14.0 seconds @ 100 mph.參考資料： 喜美玩車友