Mazda celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Mx-5 with a special edition, unveiled during this week New York Auto Show. The car was first introduced in february 1989, during Chicago Motor Show. The model that celebrates the quarter century is based on the current model, in retractable roof variant.
It is the hard top version of the car, customized with Soul Red Metallic exterior paint. The colour contrasts with the black roof, the A-pillars and the side mirrors. Other black inspired exterior elements include black front lamp bezels and 17-inch Dark Gunmental 10-spoke aluminum alloy wheels, which are wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza 205/45R17 tires.
The interior is personalized with standard Almond leather seats and door trim. A metal-like satin chrome finish is used on the louver rings, gauge cluster meter rings and inner door handles. Mazda uses black leather to wrap the steering wheel, parking brake lever, armrests and manual transmission shift lever booth.
Distinctive red stitching is used throughout on all premium touch points, while the 25th Anniversary logo is etched into the leather headrests as well as on the stainless steel door scuff plates.
Mazda will sold only 100 units in the US, deliveries starting this spring.