Mazda has launched a special edition version of the car is limited and most successful class, namely sports car with a two-seat convertible is exclusively for the Swiss. This special edition is the 2011 Mazda MX-5 55th Le Mans, which was created to celebrate the 1991 Le Mans winning race car quad-rotor Mazda 787b 20 years ago.
The limited edition comes with limited slip differential (LSD), with a Bilstein sport suspension, strut bars front and wheels 10 are available in four exterior colors with contrasting stripes that extend into the bumper profile. The MX-5 55th has a logo that has been booked in advance of Le Mans and round interior plaque number of limited changes to the standard model.
The MX-5 Le Mans special features a new sporty bodykit incorporating sill and front and rear bumper bar extensions which give the car a lower, hunkered down appearance. The limited edition is also distinguished from the normal version via a large, contrasting instripe along the front of the car which also extends down the side.
Mazda is also part of the racing car with a number of revisions, including a new limited slip differential, Bilstein sport suspension package, special 10-spoke alloy wheels and a strut tower reinforcement bar for improved rigidity. To ensure exclusivity, the Mazda MX-5 Le Mans also decked out in logos and a special plaque inside with the build number of the car.
It is made ??to Mazda’s famous victory at Le Mans to celebrate in 1991. The victory was the first victory ever in the history of rotary-powered Le Mans. Mazda 787B won the famous race with a cry 2.6-liter four-rotor rotary engine. In the highest power setting, the device comes in a real break-690kW facade 10,500 rpm.
The engine has continuously variable intake manifold, which opened and closed for better torque and power response in certain circumstances. It is also equipped with three spark plugs per rotor than the former largest Mazda rotary engine, the 20B triple rotor, which uses two spark plugs per rotor.
Unfortunately, the ’55 Mazda MX-5 Le Mans Limited Edition, the quad-rotor R26B engine, for obvious reasons. In fact, the special model retains the confidence of 2.0 liters, the four-cylinder gasoline engine coupled to a 118kW six??-speed gearbox.
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