Two Seater Mazda MX-5 Superlight Concept Car

The Mazda MX-5 is a Superlight concept car which is actually an awesome, purpose-built, speedster transformation of Mazda Miata. This 995 Kg, cold-filtered and carbon fiber made sports car will be revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show to showcase one of the best interpretations of the car manufacturer. Mazda has added few spectacularly unbelievable features with the car to make it cool and get the attention which starts with the high mounted break lights on the roll hoops. The dash elements are made of carbon fiber and hold real toggle switches, even the shift knob has been sliced down to diminish weight and enhance styling of this two-seater supercar.

mazda MX-5 superlight concept car

mazda MX-5 superlight concept car

mazda MX-5 superlight concept car

mazda MX-5 superlight concept car

mazda MX-5 superlight concept car

mazda MX-5 superlight concept car

mazda MX-5 superlight concept car

mazda MX-5 superlight concept car

Designer : Mazda via [Jalopnik]

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stephen russell says: September 22, 2009

Love to Rent, only on sunny days, otherwise NO good.

Rad for street racing with V12 engine or V8 Turbo or Hybrid race engine. Cool

Mazda produce this

Ki says: September 22, 2009

lol you cant put a v 12 or 8 in it too small of an engine bay, its production car, all they did is a slight face lift on a older model of Miata. and trashed the windshield. honestly, what is Mazda thinking? i want another rx7, rx8 is garbage. please Mazda if you are reading this, bring rx7 back!!! we want a good rotary.

karthikeyan says: September 22, 2009

Very cool collections….

Nice to see…

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Rod says: September 22, 2009

Yeah actually you could put a v8 or v12 in a car like this. I've owned 2 Mazda's and this one is very cool.

Ki says: September 23, 2009

lol no Rod you couldn't, unless you chop and slash the whole bay and add extensions and extra support. Mazda makes good cars, but the ones in US are mostly garbage.

Nivetha says: October 26, 2009

Wonderful collections







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