Mazda unveils MX-5 accessories concept


Today at the Chicago Auto Show, where the first generation MX-5 was introduced to the world in 1989, Mazda revealed an MX-5 accessories design concept of the next-generation roadster that will hit showrooms later this year.

Painted Ceramic Metallic, the MX-5 accessories concept includes an Aero Kit, BBS Wheels and Brembo Brakes as well as a luggage rack.

The gloss black aero kit is the same package found on the 2016 MX-5 Global Cup Car that debuted at SEMA in November. It consists of a front air splitter, side sill extensions, rear bumper skirt and rear lip spoiler.


Lightweight Brembo front brakes adorn the new MX-5 as well as red brake calipers behind all four wheels, which are now forged black BBS items measuring 17×7 with 45mm offset, wrapped in 205/45R17 tyres

The stylish luggage rack is made of carbon fibre and mounts to the boot with an integrated Centre High Mount Stop Lamp.

“For our next-generation MX-5, our designers and engineers obsessively focused on heightening the joy that comes with driving our signature sports car,” said Jim O’Sullivan, president and CEO, Mazda North American Operations.

“The concept parts and accessories we have showcased at the Chicago Auto Show were developed to give customers a look at what is possible for the new cars to make them truly one-of-a-kind, adding to that excitement.”

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