A Mazda Miata interior, with its distinctive woodgrain, looks and interior details, is seen here at Mazda’s booth in Las Vegas.
The Mazda RAV40 interior, on the other hand, is more subdued, and has the same woodgrain as the Miatas.
The RAVs have a similar profile, with the exception of the leather interior.
The Toyota RACV has a more open-floor-to-ceiling, open-cockpit, open cabin interior.
The Mazda RACVs and Toyota RAGVs are the two best-selling cars on the Japanese market, selling roughly 80,000 and 70,000 units each year, respectively, according to the Japanese carmaker.
The Miata, meanwhile, has sold almost 3.2 million cars, and the Toyota is the top-selling car in the U.S. with over 6.2 percent market share.
The RAV Series was the most popular car model in Japan between 2002 and 2007, according a Mazda report, but it is the one that has fallen out of favor with Japanese consumers in recent years.
In recent years, Mazda said the company has had to re-evaluate its brand identity, with some models losing sales and others gaining new sales.
The automaker says that while it continues to focus on selling cars in the United States, the company is continuing to focus its marketing efforts to bring customers to the new RAV series.
The Toyota RAFV, which debuted in 2003, is now the second-most popular model on the U-Haul fleet in Japan.
It has a small base of U.T. customers in Japan, and there is a potential market for more RAV models in the future, the automaker said.
In an effort to lure more RACVS and RAGVS to its brand, Mazda is selling more than 40,000 RAV-themed cars in Japan during the first three months of this year.
The new RAC V and RAC are scheduled to debut later this year in Japan and the U, as well.