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HIROSHIMA — It was the technology that created Cosmo Sports, the world’s first dual rotary engine car, and shot Mazda Motor Corp. into the global spotlight in 1967.

Since then, Japan’s fifth-largest automaker has sold roughly 1.8 million rotary engines, a power plant that, though small, generates more power for its size than piston-driven engines.

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