Yes, Mazda is again on our minds and this time with the new Mazda MX-5 Super25 Concept which was revealed at the SEMA Motor Show. This model was an optimal choice for creating a concept with the ability to handle such long-distance racing. On the outside it features a lot of elements inspired from the racing world, but also Mazda Design-created interior elements. The colors available are black, gray and red. On the hood it has small details in Brilliant White and matte Black Mica finish on the lower portions of the vehicle from the front and rear fascia as well as along the side skirts. Above the modified grille there is a customized four-lamp lighting pod and it is equipped with bright PIAA 40 Series halogens on the inside flanked by 510 Super White Driving halogens on the outside.
To send the output to the road, the engineers have fitted the model with 17-inch Volk Racing T37 6-spoke matte black heels covered in BFGoodrich g-Force R1 225 / 45ZR17 tires. The new Mazda MX-5 Super25 concept features Sparco Evo competition racing seats that improve the sitting area. Inside the cockpit designers have offered Mazda Design Charcoal ultra-suede material featuring Tomato Red perforated inserts. The new model received suede Sparco R323 competition steering wheel which is capable of keeping the car under control much easier and precision is also improved. Mazda specialists have also provided the 6-point racing harness developed by Sparco. This ensures a comfortable ride during competitions. The ECU figures are offered by an AiM MXL data acquisition logger specially fitted into the dashboard. These are all the information available on the new concept model revealed at the SEMA Motor Show this year.
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