The Tokyo auto saloon is happening on the coming 11, 12& 13 January 2019. Mazda has revealed some images of the cars it will be exhibiting on the upcoming Tokyo Auto Saloon. The all-time favorite MX-5 is going to have a hardtop that is made from carbon fiber and they have named it as the Roadster Drop Head Coupe. After this add-on feature, the sales of MX-5 are going to increase, as more people will buy it because of its good handling and driving pleasure rather than just open-air motoring. Hardtops that were previously available with MX-5 were for a racing purpose and it was hard to handle because of that roll cage.
Moreover, the MX-5 is also going to get a new front splitter, side skirts that are aerodynamic in design and 16-inch RAYS wheels as well as tow hooks, Recaro seats, and aluminum pedals. From a performance point of view, MX-5 is going to have a new flywheel, a high-performance air filter, and a limited slip differential.
On the other hand, Mazda is going to launch a completely new version of its Mazda3, which will be known as the Mazda3 Custom Style that will be based on the all-new model. From the rumors, we know that it will be having a body kit with front splitter, some extended side skirts, and a glossy black rear bumper. It will come with 18-inch BBS wheels.
Two more of the upcoming Mazda Specials are the Special versions of CX-5 and CX-8. The CX-5 will have a plastic body with coatings of aluminum inserts and will have an upgraded interior. The CX-8 will get 20-inch wheels, some interior improvements, and fake skid plates.
Fatima Taseer studied Journalism and English Literature as her majors in Graduation continuing with Literature in her Masters. Her passion is writing so she combined her studies and passion and turned into a writer. She loves to write about the latest developments in automotive industry and unveils all new technological and revolutionary news of car industry currently happening around.
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