The new Familia showed up in November 1967 with the equivalent pushrod 987 cc motor as utilized in the past age cars. It was sold as the “Mazda 1000” in certain business sectors. In July 1968 the rotational engined adaptation (R100) was presented, alongside another roadster bodywork which was likewise accessible with the 1200 cc cylinder engine. After an April 1970 facelift (called the “Familia Presto” in the homegrown Japanese market), the marginally extraordinary OHC “PC” 1-liter motor was additionally advertised. A bigger 1169 cc inline-four engined variant went along in February 1968, turning into the “Mazda 1200” for send out. In this structure, the vehicle was first displayed in Europe at the 1968 Paris Motor Show in the pre-winter of that year. Power yields (SAE net) in Japan of the facelifted, overhead-cam-engined variants were 62 and 75 PS (46 and 55 kW) respectively. The Van (cart) model was accessible with either three or five entryways, albeit most fare showcases just got the five-entryway rendition.