The optional Bose audio system equipping the new generation of the Mazda MX-5 is currently being detailed by the Japanese based automaker.
Mazda has decided to release some details on the optional audio system which is equipping the new generation of the MX-5, which has been signed by Bose. According to the car manufacturer, the installment of the Bose audio system hasn’t been easy as the cabin acoustics can differ depending on the position of the roof, so the company had to create two unique equalization settings, one of them to be used with the roof closed and the other one with the roof open. The carmaker says that this system is being adjusted automatically and it will compensate for road and wind noise.
The TrueSpace technology is being used on the two 2-inch Bose UltraNearfield speakers added to the headrests and the system is also getting the 7-channel digital amplifier, the 5.25-inch subwoofer located in the custom enclosure underneath the front passenger footwell, the 1-inch tweeters in the A-pillars and the two 6.5-inch speakers added to the doors. The cheapest version of the roadster starts from 18,495 GBP, in the UK, and it will go to 19,245 GBP for the mid-range SE-L variant. The most expensive model, the range-topping one, can be yours from 21,845 GBP. As far as the engine lineup goes, this includes two petrol burners, the 1.5 liter unit, with its 131 HP (96 kW) and the 2.0 liter one, rated at 160 HP (117 kW).