The Japanese based automaker Mazda has officially presented to the public the MX-5 Super25 Concept car during the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas.
After presenting us with the three custom CX-5 crossovers during the 2012 SEMA Motor Show, the car manufacturer is entering our news once again, this time with the so-called Mazda MX-5 Super25 Concept, which was unveiled during the same North American automotive event. Mazda says that the MX-5 Super25 Concept has been designed to be an endurance racer and the model is getting a tri-color exterior with white racing stripes, PIAA lights, matte black 17-inch Volk Racing rims wrapped in BFGoordich g-Force R1 tires and more.
“The MX-5 Super25 dives deeper into the spirit of Mazda’s motorsports DNA and goes beyond the short-track prowess of the Super20, the previous MX-5 concept vehicle built for SEMA. Unlike its predecessor – which was loud, proud and boisterous with its bursts of turbocharged energy – the Super25 was crafted with endurance racing in mind”, as the automaker is saying in its official press release.
Being design for racing, the Mazda MX-5 Super25 Concept is getting a stripped out interior with a Sparco Evo competition racing seat wrapped in charcoal and tomato red, a six-point racing harness, a sport steering wheel, an AiM MXL data acquisition system with a display mounted on the dashboard and some other interesting features. No performance details have been announced yet.