The second generation Mazda Savanna RX-7 FC was released in 1985. Compared to earlier models, the body 10mm shorter, 20mm wider, 5mm higher, and has an attractive sports car style. The engine is the 13B rotary turbo engine which delivers a maximum output of 182hp and 180.8 lb-ft of torque.
The suspension independent on all wheels utilizing McPherson strut suspension in the front and semi-trailing arm system in the rear. In 1989, the engine was upgraded to 202hp. The second generation lineup included the GT, GT-R, GT-X, GT-Limited, and Cabriolet.
A special specification limited model, the Efini, was also marketed. This model further strengthened the sporty image of the RX-7, as it was a 2 seater boasting a wide range of features aimed at giving a good drive. Even on a circuit, the Mazda RX-7 performs well.