Mazda MX-5 Senshu Special Edition Goes Official, 200 Will Be Made

If you live in Germany and are on the market for a brand new roadster, Mazda has something for you in the form of this MX-5 Senshu special edition which will be manufactured in 200 units. The car made its public debut a few days ago at the 2012 Auto Mobil International car show organized in Leipzig, Germany. The name Senshu means “player” in Japanese.

This special edition of the Miata is based on the soft top Sports Line version that is powered by a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder gasoline engine which pumps out 158 hp (160 PS). It is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox which sends the power to the wheels in the back.

Clients are able to choose from one of the three colors available, white, red and black. Regardless of the color chosen, the cloth top has a black finish, while the 17-inch alloy wheels have a dark look and are wrapped around in 205/45 R17 tires. The rear diffuser is also matte black, while the front grille surround has the same black finish. The Miata’s profile wears unique racing stripes, while at the back we notice that it gets twin chrome tail pipes.

Inside the cabin of this special and limited MX-5 there are aluminum pedals, an aluminum trim décor, a two-tone black & grey leather finish for the seats and the door panels along with red stitching, while the air vents surrounds have been painted in red.

As standard, the Mazda MX-5 Senshu features a lowered Bilstein sports suspension, automatic climate control, xenon headlights, Bose audio system and cruise control.

The car has a starting price of 29,190 Euro and as we were saying earlier, Mazda plans on making only 200 units.

Source: Mazda

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