This year at SEMA Mazda turned up with two concept version of the MX-5 Roadster, the MX-5 Super20 and the Spyder Concept.
The familiar Super20 you see above now gets a Hyper Orange Mica body color garnished with black roof and bits for some serious bad boy look.
The real change has happened under the bonnet where the upgraded 2.0 liter 4-cylinder is boosted with a Cosworth supercharger, Racing Beat 304-stainless steel header and exhaust, and a remapped ECU.
The car also features with Racing Beat hollow front and rear anti-roll bars, ACT organic street clutch, MAZDASPEED coil overs and a shock tower brace, Power Slot slotted brake rotors, StopTech stainless steel brake lines and street performance brake pads, SpeedSource front brake ducts, black 16-inch Enkei RPF1 twin-spoke racing wheels.
The Mazda MX-5 Spyder, as the extremely sporty version of this Japanese sportscar, features single-panel grenadine-red soft-top made by Haartz, MNAO Design and Magna Car Top Systems. The car looks distinguished thanks to Stratosphere White color and 17-inch wheels wrapped in Yokohama AO48 225/45R17 performance tires.
Engine-wise it gets the 2.0 liter 4-cylinder turbo enabled to use biofuel. Other features include lightweight lithium-ion racing battery made by Braille Battery, a Racing Beat header, intake and exhaust muffler as well as a MazdaSpeed coil over kit and Brembo brakes.