With the huge popularity of super sports cars, you know Mazda would want to keep up with the rest of the automakers and produce one of their own, and that is exactly what the upcoming MX-5 Miata GT Concept is being designed for. This new vehicle is based on Mazda’s MX-5 GT race car, but will of course include some comfier driving amenities for the average driver. The MX-5 Miata GT Concept is scheduled to debut at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed and Mazda wants fans to come out and give them some feedback.
“This year at the Goodwood Festival of Speed we have a number of significant cars on the stand and contesting the hillclimb,” said Jeremy Thomson, Managing Director, Mazda UK. “The MX-5 has been our best known car for 22 years and with the GT4 and GT Concept on show, we are demonstrating that this car can compete with the more expensive race and performance cars but still remain true to its roots of affordable motoring with a strong focus on the driving experience.
“The Mazda Takeri gives a clear guide as to how the next Mazda6 will look. It will be the second car to use Mazda’s new SKYACTIV technology following on from the Mazda CX-5 which we launched in May. SKYACTIV technology reduces vehicle weight, improves fuel consumption and reduces CO2, it takes our cars into the realm of environmentally friendly emissions but with no compromise on the fun to drive attributes that are typical of our brand. So come over and say hello during the weekend, we are also giving away a limited number of Le Mans books to visitors to the stand each day – so visit early.”
It sounds like if you want a limited edition Le Mans book, you want to show up at the head of the line and let Mazda know what you think about their newest super sports car effort.
News Source: Mazda