The Japanese based automaker Mazda has just revealed a refreshed look of its popular MX-5 model at this year’s SEMA Motor Show, after presenting one which was pretty similar at the 2010 Las Vegas event.
According to the Japanese car manufacturer, the MX-5 which hit the 2011 SEMA Motor Show is packing new looks and color combination, with the hardtop version being redesigned from the ground up to be more aggressive, and instead of the “old” gray paintjob presented last year, this version is “covered” in Hyper Orange Mica with black accents.
The interior is continuing the same pattern seen on its exterior design with the roll bar being painted in the same orange color, coming in a great contrast with the black leather seats. Last but not least, what would a refreshed look of a popular vehicle be without some interesting wheels, so the MX-5 Super20 is now sitting on 16 inch Enkei RPF1 twin-spoke alloy rims, wrapped in Toyo Proxes RA-1 245/45 tires.
Did you wonder what does the Super20 name stand for? Well the vehicle is Mazda’s celebration of 20 years since the MX-5 has been introduced in the United States. You can watch the photo gallery below. Enjoy!