The new Mazda MX-5 to be launched at Goodwood

Mazda MX-5

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The eagerly awaited Mazda MX-5 is to be unveiled at this year’s Goodwood Festival of speed and interest is likely to be strong.

The firm is also going to unveil its new CX-3 at the event but most people will be taken with the stylish sports car.

This is the fourth generation of the popular two-seater and it will take centre stage on the firm’s stand at the popular car event.

In addition, car fans will also get to see the firm’s new Mazda2.

New Mazda MX-5 to get UK debut

The Mazda MX-5 is an all-new creation and is available to order now with deliveries starting later this summer.

Among the improvements are a new suspension which helps to deliver improved body control and there’s a limited slip differential to help boost performance, especially on tight corners at speed.

The new car also comes with more powerful brakes.

Designers have also tweaked the exterior with new rear and front spoilers and the body kit looks more stylish too.

Equipment levels are still a strong selling point for the Mazda MX-5 which features a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that utilises nine speakers in the small cabin.

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Launch details are still quite scarce but those who love this great little car can also look forward to a more road focused drive, mainly down to an improved chassis.

Mazda is sticking with its 1.5 and 2.0litre SkyActiv petrol engines and the firm is promising a range of options to help personalise the car.

These options will include a chance to improve the interior trim and add some exterior styling touches too.

The Mazda MX-5 is now 25 years old and was first unveiled at last year’s Paris motor show with the firm saying that the revamp has been done from the ground up to help deliver an impressive new vehicle.

Prices and a more detailed specification will be announced nearer its launch.

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