We're yearning for a new car from Mazdaspeed.
Mazda hasn't introduced an insane vehicle wearing a Mazdaspeed badge recently, but the automaker has just revealed some concepts that will be showcased at the Tokyo Auto Salon. From the looks of it, Mazda has a whole bunch of performance parts lined up for its vehicles. The racing concepts include the Mazda MX-5 Miata and Mazda2, while the CX-3 and Mazda6 get high-performance parts, as well. These race-inspired concepts have us looking at our bank accounts and wishing these things will go into production.
The MX-5 and Mazda2 are finished in white with red accents, while the CX-3 and Mazda6 are finished in a darker color with red elements. The non-racing MX-5 concept, which is known as the Mazda Roadster in Japan, gets a body kit, sportier wheels and adjustable suspension. The rally-prepped Mazda2 and race ready MX-5 have a stripped-out interior with bucket seats, a roll cage and racing harnesses. The spec racing MX-5 in white is to join the Global Cup roadster that was released a little while ago. The Mazda6 and CX-3 get a more murdered-out look with various performance modifications, as well. There's no word on whether these vehicles will make it into production, but we're hopeful that Mazdaspeed variants could.