Mazda has announced that the facelifted version of the MX-5 is available in Japan for the moment and there is no word on bringing it to Europe for the moment.
After the Mazda MX-5 facelift has leaked over the web a few days ago, the Japanese based automaker is placing the roadster into the spotlights once again, this time by revealing a few official images with the model and announcing some details about it. According to the car manufacturer, the Mazda MX-5 facelift has been launched in Japan, but its starting price hasn’t been announced just yet.
Mazda is saying that the facelifted MX-5 is now getting a new front fascia with larger air intakes and a modified front spoiler, a fresh set of alloy wheels and a choice of a soft top or a hard top for its future customers, along with new shades, like the Dolphin Grey Mica, which is replacing the Metropolitan Grey. The inside of the roadster hasn’t been left aside either and the Glossy Dark Gray is promising line is promising an elegant ambiance with a new textile-leather combination for the upholstery.
The technical parts of the Mazda MX-5 facelift haven’t been forgotten and the company’s engineers have improved the throttle response and the braking system and now the Japanese roadster has an improved handling. The active hood has been adopted by the MX-5 and this is helping pedestrians in case of an accident by lifting the top part in an impact. More details on the Mazda MX-5 facelift will be announced soon.