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From 1978 until 2002, Mazda produced and sold the Mazda RX-7, a front-engine/ rear-wheel drive sports car with a rotary engine. All three incarnations of the Mazda RX-7 used the same small, light Wankel rotary engine.
The SA (early) and FB (late) models of the RX-7 were two-seater, two-door hatchback coupés. It had a rotary engine with a 12A carburetor and, in later years, the choice of a 13B with electronic fuel injection.
The second-generation RX-7, also known as the FD, was available as a 2+2-seater coupé with a very small number of 2-seater options. This had a 13B REW engine that was sequentially turbocharged.