The most efficient C2 Corvette ever.
The starting price is $915 lower than the outgoing model year.
Plus Mazda Miata, Honda Ridgeline, Hyundai Ioniq and Pebble Beach.
New power, same feeling.
There's a small bump to torque and some interior updates.
A Japanese car magazine has all the details
Using a video game as a feeder racing series is nothing new. Sony and Nissan have run the GT Academy for years now, rewarding the best Gran Turismo players with the chance to drive a real car. It seems Mazda wants a piece of the action. This year, it will host an iRacing Hot Lap Challenge, giving the best players a trip to the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona. The two fastest drivers will race head-to-head, with the winner earning a test drive in a Mazda MX-5 Miata Cup car.
Last month, we reported on a VIN filing dug up by Road & Track that showed that the 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata's 2.0-liter Skyactiv-G engine would get a power bump, from 155 to 181 net horsepower. As for how the 2019 Miata would make that extra power, we heard rumors it'd utilize a new cylinder head allowing higher revs, accounting for that extra power. Now we have what appears to be a leaked document from Mazda Canada showing exactly where that extra power comes from.
We all know the 2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata is a truly wonderful car. It takes everything delightful about cars and driving and distills it into a compact and lightweight package. It's a car anyone can enjoy. My wife, who until recently has shown no real interest in sports cars beyond their design, wants one. I want one, too, but I couldn't get past the Miata's terrible seats. For 2018, there's finally an alternative.
Though the price seems more like the Miata comes with a Gran Turismo Sport game.
So charming it changed an editor's opinion.
It's just for Japanese-market cars.
We've sampled each end of the Miata spectrum, and brought you a handy guide.
Flyin' Miata is the sole US distributor.