Mazda has unveiled the anticipated Club edition of its new MX-5 roadster in New York today.
Developed as a dynamics-focused package, the Club edition blesses the MX-5 with a number of key new features for the most corner-hungry buyers.
The Club is offered in both manual and auto form, but, as a purist’s pet, it’s the manual version that gets the bulk of the goodies.
Unique to the MX-5 Club manual is a limited-slip differential, Bilstein shocks and a shock tower brace. Both versions also get 17-inch gunmetal alloy wheels wrapped in 205/45R17 rubber, and front/rear lip spoilers.
Extra-special lightweight fordged BBS wheels are also available, along with brembo front brakes, aerodynamic side sill extensions and a rear bumper skirt.
The new MX-5 range will hit Australia in the second half of this year, but local specifications - and the potential for this new Club edition - are still to be confirmed.
Catch TMR’s earlier coverage of the new MX-5 at the links below.