Mazda is going full force at the 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon, presenting a grand total of 10 vehicles at their home auto show. We’re not surprised that one of the vehicles they’re bringing to Tokyo is yet another special edition model of their iconic MX-5 Miata line.

Called the MX-5 NR-A ’Jinbai-Ittai’ - translate, Jinbai-Ittai means "horse and rider becoming one" - this special race-spec Miata is a lightweight, two-seater, open-top sports car that has been finished with unique exterior graphics to go with a grocery list of new equipment, including TAKAT four-point seat belts, new Bilstein dampers, Endless brake pads, and a new set of 16" alloy wheels from ENKEI that have been wrapped in Bridgestone tires.

Mazda has been tight-lipped on all the other modifications and enhancements given to the MX-5 NR-A ’Jimba Ittai’. Nevertheless, you can expect more details about this special edition, race-spec Miata to be released leading up to the 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon before the event opens its doors this coming January.

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5 comments:

  (419) posted on 07.17.2012

It’s a good convertible. Why not launch it worldwide? I guess there were people who love sporty roadster.

  (798) posted on 07.5.2012

It’s a good convertible. Why not launch it worldwide? I guess there were people who love sporty roadster. 

  (504) posted on 07.4.2012

It seems that they are giving it all at once at 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon. This MX-5 has qualities like its lightweight. It’s also modified and enhanced to achieve this output.

  (382) posted on 04.25.2012

Its style is so simple! However, I believe that underneath its hood is a powerful engine.

  (526) posted on 04.24.2012

It is a cool one from Mazda. The exterior details are well-designed, and the paint job is a good combination of colors. It will be flawless if they’d change the rims.

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