2017 Mazda MX-5 Concept And Rumour
After several concepts showing new production lists based Miata and the announcement of a new version of the 2017 Mazda MX-5 for the 2016 New York Auto Show, Mazda has finally unveiled a new Miata Centre Jacob Javits Convention. This new version is Miata hardtop everyone expects, but with a significant change in the metal roof variant retractable power offered to the previous generation. Specifically, the 2017 Mazda MX-5 is actually a TARGA, the first configuration of the Miata with a retractable roof panel and rear window.
The outer profile of the standard and Miata 2017 Mazda MX-5 are almost identical except for their new fastback configuration. When the roof is in place, the new model looks like a coupe. This is different from most drives top models look like their flexible higher versions when ceilings are upstairs. What is most fascinating about this model is that its flying buttresses stretched cabin to the rear which gives the Targa a sporty and muscular rear haunches highlights. Its roof transformation mechanism is impressive. In fact, many people do not believe it is a convertible, if they see their top ceiling, because it seems a full cut. Op roof system works by allowing for the first time to lift the flying buttresses, the roof panel and the rear window and slip behind the rear seats. The system is activated by the push of a button and retraction of the installation process and takes just 12 seconds. However, it is quite disappointing to know that the roof cannot be used at speeds up to 6.2 mph. Other external features are similar to the Miata roadster standard. In fact, 2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata roadster and long panels of similar standards body. The Targa added a new exclusive exterior color called gray machine.
Inside, the cabin 2017 Mazda MX-5 is as elegant as the Miata roadster standard. In fact, both are identical except for the adjustments made to account for the upper part of metal. The cabin is focused on the driver. The cabin can be described as simple but sporty. It has a center updated with a neat pile card. The seats are improved supports are mounted much lower on the floor. The cabin also features a color touch screen that displays important information about the vehicle. The screen is mounted on the upper part of the center console. The Targa roof does not compromise on its trunk space. Only buttresses the vehicle remains hidden behind the rear seats, with metal lid gives the car a different feel compared to the roadster. Bluetooth connectivity, smartphone integration and a number of driving aids are also provided as standard. The vehicle also has an automatic temperature control system, which keeps things fresh in the cabin when he does not favor the lower metal roof.
2017 Mazda MX-5 gets its juice from the same transmissions available with the standard Miata. In the US, the engine will use 2.0-liter SKYACTIV-G rated at 155 horsepower and 148 lb-ft and a choice of six-speed manual transmission and automatic transmissions with six speeds. There is no word on performance, but considering the extra weight, it should be a little slower 0-60 mph. While the Roadster takes approximately 7.2 seconds to reach the benchmark, the Targa will likely be at least 7.4 ticks. In other markets, the 2017 Mazda MX-5 unit using the 1.5-liter SKYACTIV-G smaller. Also four-banger, the engine cranks 129 horsepower and 111 lb-ft of torque and peers only a manual gearbox six speeds. With this mill, 2017 Mazda MX-5 is expected to need more than 8.5 seconds to reach 62 mph from a standstill.
Unfortunately, the automaker has not announced the 2017 Mazda MX-5 price for its public debut at the International Auto Show in New York. However, certainly cost much more than the Miata roadster standard vehicle that starts at $ 24.915. I think the starting price of about $ 29,000 is likely. Mazda will begin to take for the vehicle in summer with subsequent deliveries later this year.