The Mazda MX-5 Z-Sport Special Edition is coming soon to U.K. customers. Scheduled to go on sale from March, the exclusive Mazda Roadster impresses all with its deep cherry red fabric hood, 17-inch black BBS wheels and Machine Grey Metallic paint. Its starting retail price is 25,595 pounds.
Inside, the stand-out feel continues with Sand Leather seats, plus Z-Sport floor mats and scuff plates. While to further highlight its uniqueness, each car comes with an individually numbered Z-Sport plaque on the dash.
Exclusive to the UK and limited to just 300 cars, thanks to being based on the 2.0-liter 160ps Sport Nav, the Z-Sport features a limited slip differential, Bilstein dampers and a strut brace to ensure it has the dynamic excellence to match its sporty exterior looks.
Mazda MX-5 Z-Sport Special Edition, limited to only 300 units
With the distinctive look you’d expect of an MX-5 special model, the Z-Sport continues the trend of offering sports car customers a striking and exclusive car at an affordable price. The second MX-5 to wear the Z-Sport badge, the latest car revisits a name last used on the third-generation MX-5 in 2007. A 2.0-liter model with 17-inch BBS wheels, Stone Leather seats and Radiant Ebony Mica paint, the last Z-Sport’s cabin featured brushed aluminium dash inserts, alloy pedals and coordinated stitching on the steering wheel, gear knob and handbrake. With just 400 examples sold, the 2007 Z-Sport shared the exclusivity of next year’s new Z-Sport MX-5.
Representing the first chance to buy a current-generation MX-5 convertible with an alternatively colored fabric roof, the Z-Sport provides customers with exterior differentiation through its unique color hood.
Mazda MX-5 Z-Sport Special Edition availability
This special edition represents Mazda’s long tradition of producing distinctive limited editions that allow customers to drive a sports car with stand-out looks and enhanced equipment. And. the new Mazda MX-5 Z-Sport is one of the best yet. The stunning combination of the cherry red roof and Machine Grey Metallic paint make this MX-5 one of the most exclusive looking MX-5s, and the Z-Sport MX-5 is expected to be a hit when it rolls out in March 2018.