We all know and love (or like) the Mazda MX-5 Miata. It’s not difficult to appreciate a vehicle with well-rounded dynamics, a handsome design, and stats that show the little two-seater to be the best-selling roadster of all time.
Mazda says the rejigged design is more dynamic and strong, “harmonised with Mazda’s lineup”. The front end, say they, is more aggressive and aerodynamic. The headlamps have a new “quality look”, Mazda suggests. New fog lamps are strong and sporty, we’re told.
New side sills and garnishes are more sculpted than before. This helps the rear wheel wells pull off a sporty crouch, allegedly. Rear bumper thickness is highlighted, which is supposed to be a good thing. Mazda says all kinds of other stuff, too. Gauge for yourself and spot the differences based on 77 pictures below.