Mazda's supercapacitor-based i-ELOOP continues its proliferation across the automaker's model range

Buyers of the 2014 Mazda3 compact car will now be able to opt for i-ELOOP, a braking energy recovery system that uses supercapacitors for energy storage, and powers cabin electronics to save fuel. Altogether, the carmaker will now be offering three vehicles with available supercapacitors: The Maz...

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