First unveiled last week at Mazda Space, Mazda’s new European event hub in Barcelona, the fourth generation Mazda MX-5 is expected to give another boost to the Japanese brand, which is currently enjoying good levels of success.
In terms of design, the latest edition of the best-selling two-seater roadster in history is designed to be the sportiest ever.
The new car adopts Mazda’s KODO – Soul of Motion design theme with the aim of expressing the car’s agility and the exciting experience that awaits behind the wheel.
In keeping with Mazda MX-5 tradition, the cabin is snug yet comfortable, and now it features modern conveniences such as smartphone connectivity and i-ACTIVSENSE, Mazda’s line-up of active safety technology.
Under the bonnet, high-compression SKYACTIV-G petrol engines drive the rear wheels, while the specially-developed SKYACTIV-Chassis ensures the most advanced driving experience yet.
Mazda is confident the all-new MX-5 retains the same charm, reliability, affordability and above all lightweight fun of the original model launched 25 years ago.