Japanese automaker Mazda was founded in 1920 and began selling cars in the United States in 1970 with the R100 coupe, the first mass-produced rotary-powered car in America. One of Mazda's signature cars, the MX-5 two-door convertible, which made its world debut at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show, is credited with sparking a roadster revival when it debuted in 1989. Mazda’s parent company, Mazda Motor Corp., is Headquartered in Hiroshima, Japan, and is publicly traded. Ford is still the largest global shareholder at 11 percent and maintains a close product-development relationship. US headquarters are in Irvine, California.
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