Tokyo Motor Show begins next month, and Mazda quietly reveals some of its models for the event.
Let’s start with the Mazda3 Custom Style, which is based on the all-new model that debuted at the Los Angeles Motor Show last month. Mazda has not revealed much about the automobile, but the hatchback is equipped with an aerodynamic stylistic package that includes a front splitter, wider side skirts and black rear bumper.
The car also features with 18-inch BBS wheels and a modestly revised interior fitted with sports pedals and special insoles.
The real star of the motor show will be Mazda Roadster Drop-Head Coupe. Based on the MX-5 Miata, the concept has a removable hardtop of carbon, which promises to increase hardness.
In addition to the lightweight roof, the MX-5 is equipped with a front splitter, aerodynamic side skirts and 16-inch RAYS wheels. Other modifications include a front hook, Recaro seats and aluminium pedals. In terms of performance, the model features a new flywheel, a highly efficient air filter and a limited-slip differential.
Mazda will also feature modified versions of the CX-5 and CX-8. The first model has additional plastic elements on the body with aluminium details. Mazda CX-5 also features an improved interior with aluminium pedals and insoles with a “deodorizing function”.
Mazda CX-8 Custom Style is a bit different as it features bumper and 20-inch alloy wheels. Inside, the model has the same improvements as the CX-5.
Tokyo Motor Show starts on January 11, and fans will be able to see some MX-5 Cup racing cars.