Well Alfa Romeo pulled out of the deal to base their roadster on the Mazda MX-5 at the very last minute. Words now have it though that the Japanese favorite will still be wearing an Italian badge for some market, and that it’s most likely be marketed as a Abarth.
Always wonder why Mazda doesn’t consider having the MPS variant of the 6, especially since it would fit Mazda’s ‘zoom zoom’ philosophy.
Utterly pointless and and unnecessary. But then who knows, somewhere, someone might just want a jacked-up roadster for the rough terrain.
Like the Mazda 2 Wagon, this is unlikely to happen too. But this would have been a good spiritual successor to the Mazda MX3.
Since there’s no Mazda 3 Wagon, I doubt there’ll be a Mazda 2 Wagon. Though such model might be popular in Europe.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These renderings were first featured in Car and Driver a month ago. Much to my surprise, Americans who are not usually warm to the idea or wagon or shooting brakes, like these renderings.
Many purist have been lobbying for a coupe MX-5. Will Mazda officially build one from the latest generation of MX-5? Read more of what Automobile Magazine and Motor Trend think of this Mazda two-seater coupe.
Building on the success of CX-5 and new Mazda2 hatchback, rumor has it that Mazda will launch a smaller SUV call CX-3.
Will the next Mazda 2 sedan look like this?
This was my entry for a photoshop contest organised by drive.com.au at the end of April. Submission of this 2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata was received by the site’s editor, however the image was not entered for the competition. I have no idea what happened. Maybe because I don’t reside in Australia.