Tag: Mazda MX-5

Record-Breaking Mazda MX-5 Parade With 707 Vehicles Held In Italy

The Mazda MX-5 has a loyal following, something that was proven last weekend in Italy. The largest-ever parade of 707 Mazda MX-5s was organized at the Modena Circuit on September 18, winning the official Guinness World Records title. The parade, organized by Mazda Italy, gathered MX-5 fans and owners from all over Europe, who wanted […]

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Single-Seater Mazda MX-5 NA With An ND Engine Looks Like A Lot Of Fun

The Mazda MX-5 NA is becoming somewhat of a classic, prompting the newly-established Italian company called Gorgona Cars to create a special version, following the restomod movement. The Concept NM is a first-gen MX-5 that has been converted into a single-seater speedster, featuring an improved chassis and the modern SkyActiv-G powertrain sourced from the fourth-gen […]

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Next-Gen 2025 Mazda MX-5 Miata Mule Spied, Should Combine Fun With Efficiency

It’s hard to believe eight years have passed since Mazda introduced the fourth-generation MX-5 Miata (ND) at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, but that’s abundantly clear today as spy photographers have snapped a mule for the next-generation roadster. Caught undergoing testing in Germany, the mule doesn’t look too remarkable at first glance as it’s wearing […]

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10 Gas-Sipping New ICE Cars That Are Actually Fun To Drive

Switching to a full hybrid, plug-in hybrid or an EV is a logical antidote to crippling gas prices. But what if you want to stick with gold old fashioned ICE power? Maybe you don’t like the often artificial, non-linear brake pedal feel hybrids deliver, or the effect the mass of a huge battery pack has […]

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These 7 Design Icons Nearly Turned Out Completely Differently

The overall shape and design details that make up cars like the original Mazda MX-5 Miata, Porsche 911 and Dodge Viper are so ingrained in our brains, and such integral parts of those cars’ characters, that it’s hard to imagine them looking any other way. But they nearly did. Almost every car reaches the road […]

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