For a car with a mischievous grin and penchant for fun, the MX-5 Miata's color palette is on the drab side, but thankfully the 30th Anniversary Edition gets a vivid hue called Racing Orange. Mazda says it "evokes the breaking dawn of an exciting new day," and that it's partly inspired by the bright yellow of the Miata Club Racer concept from 1989. That's all well and good, but it looks to us more like the orange from the 1991 Le Mans-winning Mazda 787B race car. Whatever the reason, we dig the color.
It will be important that the new owners like it, too, because the color is everywhere. It's on the brake calipers, door sills, air vents, stitching and piping. Everything else is a black or charcoal color, including the gorgeous Rays forged aluminum wheels, exclusive to this model, and the Alcantara trim on the dash, doors and seats. All versions of the special Miata come with Recaro seats, Brembo brakes, Bose sound system and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The manual models add a limited-slip differential, Bilstein shocks and a front shock tower brace.
Japanese tuning firm Liberty Walk has just completed work on its upgrade package for the Honda NSX.
The first thing you’ll notice about this NSX is that it lacks the bolt-on flared fenders found on most Liberty Walk bodykits. The company has instead opted to keep things slightly more subdued with a carbon front splitter, extended side skirts, a new diffuser and a large rear wing.
Mitsubishi has officially dropped the veils off the new MPV that will debut at the Indonesia International Auto Show that takes place from August 10 to August 20.
Previously referred to as the Expander, the vehicle's official name has yet to be revealed, but the automaker says that they will make the announcement during the automotive event. Until then, it simply refers to it as the 'Next-Generation MPV'.