With 205 horsepower at the crank from its normally-aspirated 2.0-liter four-cylinder (a 33-horsepower upgrade from the production MX-5), an adjustable suspension, front splitter, a central dual tail pipe, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler, plus a sportier exhaust system, Recaro seats, and carbon fiber trim, the MX-5 GT Concept sounds like exactly what we've been waiting for.
The car will make its debut at the Festival of Speed on June 28, alongside the Takeri sedan and CX-5. Between stints on the show stand, however, the MX-5 GT Concept will take a run up Goodwood Hill to show it doesn't just look like its racing counterparts, but drives like them too.
Mazda MX-5 GT Concept
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