The all new Mazda MX-5 to debut in 2012, will be lighter and will have Sky-G engines

by Alex

Mazda is thinking green as the latest news goof up that the new-generation Mazda MX-5 which is scheduled to make its debut by 2012, will borrow heavily from the Nagare design philosophy, which is inspired from the nature and greatly from the wind and the flowing water.

For now the company thinks that the car is much too heavy which needs to be sent on diet and reduce some of its additional weights. Also the new MX-5 is likely to be powered by Mazda’s new sky G range of petrol motors and engines with capacity of 1.6 and 1.8 liter are now under considerations. For transferring the power to the wheels will be a six speed manual transmission though the company revealed a dual clutch set up might also figure in the scheme of things. Of course more details on this are to be revealed…

Source: 4wheelsnews

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