In 1991, some 67 dealers in America were gearing up to put a new top-flight luxury car on the market. It would take on Lexus, Mercedes, Cadillac, BMW and it'd do it with 12 cylinders under the hood. It was called Amati. Its parent company was none other than Mazda, a small, independent little car company punching way, way, way above its weight. And then, in a flash, it all disappeared.