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Mazda to Unveil Next Generation MX-5 Vehicles at SEMA Show

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Japanese automaker Mazda is set to showcase the fourth-generation of MX-5 vehicles that include the 2016 MX-5 Spyder Concept and 2016 MX-5 Speedster Concept at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Mazda to Unveil Next Generation MX-5 Vehicles at SEMA Show

The company has released a teaser image consisting half-and-half of both concept cars pasted together.

According to the automaker, both the cars have a totally different take on the fourth-generation MX-5 and are significantly lighter than the standard MX-5 sold in the US.

The MX-5 Spyder has character of a vintage roadster which has been given a modern design with custom-made leather interior details and a new Mercury Silver concept paint color.

On the other hand, the MX-5 Speedster is a tribute to the 1950 roadsters and has been designed to be extremely lightweight with purpose-built performance.

Mazda has replaced the traditional windshield for a smaller, and lighter, wind deflector in the Blue Ether-painted MX-5 Speedster.

Mazda said that the cars will be available in different conceptual and aftermarket pieces and fabrication from its partners including Racing Beat, Haartz Corporation, ASC - American Sunroof Corporation, Makin Industries/RAYS Wheels, KW Suspensions, Delta Seat, and H&R Springs.

The automaker also recently introduced another sports car named Mazda RX-VISION featuring its flagship rotary engines that generates power through the rotational motion of a triangular rotor at the Tokyo Motor Show.

The latest rotary engine featured in the Mazda RX-VISION is based on the SKAYCTIV TECHNOLOGY and is likely solve three key issues with previous rotary engines which include fuel economy, emissions and reliability.

Image: Mazda to Debut Two Extreme Lightweight MX-5 Miata Concepts at SEMA. Photo: courtesy of PR Newswire.

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