Sequels often go wrong—here’s one of the few that got it right. Introduced a decade after the original, the second-gen MX-5 Miata came with a few changes, but overall remained true to the original concept: “a lightweight, affordable two-seat roadster that delivers the pure enjoyment of wind-in-the-hair driving,” as a Mazda press release put it. #25DaysOfMX5
Mazda has just unveiled some conceptual designs to his its line of vehicles, all in the name of racing. The concepts, which utilize the roadster, crossover and platforms, accessorizes the cars with racing
Today we’re kicking off #25DaysOfMX5, a summer-long project of 25 posts to celebrate the MX-5 Miata’s 25th anniversary. We’ll be bringing you all kinds of Miata love, including rare development photos, early concept sketches, vintage ads, words from the creators, and much more. It’s going to be great trip—stay glued to our channels for all the 25 consecutive posts. Day 1, we bring you the first-gen Miata: the car that started it all.