In SEMA event, we will be offered with a number of Mazda creations, such as a couple of MX- 5 Miata concepts. First is the MX- 5 Miata Spyder Concept which has throw away the standard car’s folding soft top or retractable hard top mechanism to be replaced with a lightweight grenadine-red canvas covering à la Porsche’s Boxster Spyder.
This Spyder receives the Spyder’s 17 inch Advan alloys and Mazdaspeed coilovers which while giving more graceful- looking, it also convinced us to delivers fun riding even in twisty track. Furthermore, the company also has created a number of outstanding details, for example its front fenders have been completed with etched brushed stainless Spyder badging and on the passenger- side dash attached a sparkling Masda MX- 5 Spyder symbol.
If the 2.0 liter MZR four- cylinder under its hood sounds so regular for us, the MX-5 Spyder is said to have isobutanol to supply the power. Isobutanol is a kind of biofuel which also has been used to sport Mazda’s, Dyson Racing ALMS car. In order to meet the ‘sustainable Zoom- Zoom’ principle, the company has applied a lightweight lithium ion battery on the Spyder.
Apart of those all great exclusive changes, we just wondering, will the Spyder have an opportunity to enter production stage? Well, may be the answer is yes with that lighter chassis and similar top configuration, but it seems impossible with the isobutanol- powered.
On the other hand the second model which has been introduced last year, the MX- 5 Super 20 seems to bring us a feels of convertible form. The standard folding mechanism has been shifted by a fixed hardtop, while stripped bare has replace a full roll cage inside the previous version. A DPTUNE ECU reflash empowers the MZ- 5 Super 20 in conjunction with a 304 stainless steel header and exaust. The vehicle offers sharper handling by presenting Racing Beat hollow front and rear sway bars, Mazdaspeed coilovers and a Mazdaspeed shock tower brace.
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