The Mazda Le Mans Prototype was a prototype racecar built in 1983.

It was called the flying object for the road. With his prototype for Mazda, Colani took the principle of wing cars to the extreme. Like all of the designs penned by Colani, the car was fluid and had excellent aerodynamics.

The plan was to use a 4-chamber Mazda Wankel rotary engine, capable of between 960 and 1400 hp for the Le Mans vehicle. The wing shape was meant that it was able to enable this veritable powerhouse to accelerate the car to speeds of 350-380 km/h.

The car which was only produced as a life-size model.