The future generation of the Mazda MX-5 has been recently rendered and the image posted above may give us a first look into the final production version of the model.
The Japanese based automaker Mazda is currently working on the new generation of the MX-5, which will have a lot of things in common with the upcoming Alfa Romeo Spider. The two vehicles will share platform, technology and some panels, but in the end, the Italian roadster will be several cm longer than its Japanese counterpart. Here’s a good idea for both carmakers, let Alfa do the design and Mazda to build them and the models will definitely become best sellers.
The final production version of the Mazda MX-5, along with its Alfa Romeo Spider brother, will be approximately 4 meters long and 1.7 meters wide. As for the engine lineup, the 1.4 liter TB MultiAir, found on the Giulietta too, is expected to make its way onto the two models, along with other units. Additional details on the future Mazda MX-5 generation, or on the upcoming Alfa Romeo Spider, are limited for the moment and will be announced over the following years.
Image Source: Auto Express