2018 Mazda Miata Changes and Powertrain Upgrade
The coming of new 2018 Mazda Miata to the auto market is just waiting the time. Above all the possible styling, the next auto appearance is claimed to be sportier than its predecessors. To hook up the public attentions, the company is also attempting to create the Miata bodywork in more impressive and modern design. In addition, improving the better speed and new additional technologies inside should be much useful to invite the new potential purchasers on this vehicle. The official pictures on the car changes are yet unavailable, thus, all the below information is still just rumors.
At glance, the intact appearance of Miata might seem pretty similar to the current models. However, we are definitely expecting to see the new additional elements both on the external and internal parts.
So far noticing, the 2018 Mazda Miata will enhance the high-end leather materials on the car seats and some parts around the dash panel to provide the luxury and comfort for the passengers. The more spacious room on the cabin should also be convenient to carry more people as well. To accommodate the needs on the entertainment and safety systems, the automaker is necessarily planning to equip the cabin the latest technological features, even though the details are still unobvious. The presence of tilted controls minus telescope might allow the great sport experience while driving.
The engine unit for the 2018 Mazda Miata has not been determined. Based on speculations, the configuration of a 1.5 liter direct-injected four cylinder gasoline unit could be first opted. Notably, the generated power output lays around 129 horsepower. Mated with the 6-speed transmission, the new auto could show up as the powerful sports car with the 0 to 60 MPH in just 7 seconds of acceleration record.
Unfortunately, we cannot much reveal the details on the Miata price and coming for the sales market. During the auto development and the absence of company’s confirmation on these, we likely need to wait a bit longer to get any further information regarding the future 2018 Mazda Miata.