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    Aqui fica o artigo completo da Autocar, anteriormente postado pelo "Crash":






    Última edição por reckoner00 : 08-01-14 às 15:55:05 Razão: Imagens estavam trocadas


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    Parece um mini F-Type, gosto!

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    Segundo o artigo, parece que a Mazda não irá conseguir colocar o Mx5 abaixo da tonelada. Pouco mais de 1100kg é bom, mas não é brilhante. O actual 1.8, com capota em lona, anuncia 1075kg (sem condutor).
    E em dimensões também parece que caminham na direcção contrária ao inicialmente estabelecido, que seria um aproximar às dimensões do Mx5 NA.
    Como os motores previstos não deverão apresentar números superiores áqueles que já conhecemos do actual Mx5 (baseando-me nos valores apresentados pelos Skyactiv actuais), não estou a ver muito espaço para melhorar as performances da criatura, já que a dieta foi posta de parte.
    Por outro lado, dado a aparente impossibilidade de sobrealimentar os motores Skyactiv, mantém-se o tradicional motor naturalmente aspirado, o que é boas notícias para a imediatez da resposta do acelarador
    Só esperemos que se lembrem de acrescentar uns cavalinhos ao 1.5, que até agora só vimos a versão de 100cv deste.

    Acredito que estes anunciados desenvolvimentos do carro, tenha algo a ver com a parceria com a Alfa Romeo, e ter uma criatura um pouco maior, sempre é mais fácil compararar com a hipotética concorrência (pelo menos no canto da Alfa), que está toda acima dos 4m de comprimento, e deve andar pelos 1.75 de largura.

    Se o estilo ficar próximo desta projecção, é definitivamente um passo em frente relativo ao actual. Muito melhor definido e assertivo.
    Ainda curioso para ver o resultado final deste par de roadsters, mas já não tão excitadinho, agora que infos mais concretas começam a surgir, e que defraudam um pouco as expectativas geradas ao ínicio

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    Só acho os faróis um pouco pequenos face ao resto, parece estranho... Mas só vendo ao vivo o produto final.

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    Começámos nos 800Kg já vai em 1100kg.

    Enfim, já perdi o interesse.

    Cumprimentos

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    Depois de tantas expectativas também fiquei algo desiludido ao ler aqueles 1100kg...

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    Entrevista ao Designer da Mazda pela Automobile Magazine, onde este comenta sobre o próximo MX-5



    Automobile:
    You’ve managed to give rear-wheel-drive proportions to the front-wheel-drive the Mazda 6 and Mazda 3, but it must have taken lots of work. It must be nice to be dealing with the next-generation design of a car that’s actually rear-wheel drive, like the Mazda MX-5 Miata.

    Derek Jenkins: “Who said it will be rear-wheel drive? [Laughs] Absolutely. Having a proper FR [front-engine, rear-wheel drive] architecture to work off of is the dream. And we’re really proud of where that’s headed.

    AM: One thing the Miata has never been is on the cutting edge of styling. Will that continue with the next version?

    DJ: The next MX-5 needs to be true to the DNA of an MX-5. So much of our energy has to be focused toward that goal.

    The challenge we have is evolving the image of that car, which involves expanding the audience of that car. The average buying audience of the MX-5 is continuing to get older and older. That’s something we’ve really been concentrating on. How to reconnect to a younger customer? Honor the tradition of the consummate roadster, but make it fresh enough and new enough that it appeals to a new audience.

    AM: The Porsche Boxster, which we think of as sort of a grown up, expensive Miata, has evolved to become more masculine. Is that where the Miata is headed?

    DJ: In general, with the new generation of cars, we try to inject a masculine quality. I don’t use the word aggressive in the context of trying to make a beautiful car. We’re not trying to make something that’s a brute or something that’s hyper aggressive. It’s got to be balanced.

    AM: One of the things that bothers us about new convertibles is how high the window sills are, which makes the cockpit feel small and confining. Will you keep those low?

    DJ: I think our guys will figure that out.

    AM: Do you have any input on the styling of the roadster that Mazda is going to build for Alfa Romeo?

    DJ:Not really, no. They’re obviously developing their car on the same platform as us, and there’s going to be certainly be certain components of the underlying architecture that will carry over…

    AM: Like the cowl location and height, for instance?

    DJ: Things like that. Basic platform hard points.

    AM: Does the current, more expensive MX-5 Miata model with a power-operated hard top point to where the next-generation Miata as a whole is headed?

    DJ: Not necessarily. But the retractable hard top currently represents up to fifty percent of our MX-5 sales. So, we’ll address that going forward.

    From the CX-5 forward we’ve had much greater focus on interior design and overall interior layout. And the MX-5 will represent the big step for us in that area. Usability, drivability, attention to detail, material quality—all of that will be at another level.

    AM: There won’t be a coupe model, right?

    DJ: Well, there never has been. You can be sure that from Mazda MX-5, the focus will continue to be on the convertible.

    AM: How about retro cues. It’s got to have retractable headlamps, right?

    DJ: [Laughs] Try and get that through pedestrian impact [standards]! I don’t think we’re looking to literally translate any specific elements from the original Miata. But, I’ll tell you this: We did spend a tremendous amount of time focusing again on the first-generation car, and that’s because it has obviously stood the test of time beautifully. The key to that is the simplicity of that car. And it’s got great proportions. Very simple, very pure, and that’s from a surface standpoint as well as from a detail standpoint. That kind of conceptual thinking is more where we’re headed. We looked with the next-generation MX5 to really concentrate on the simplicity and purity of the car.

    AM: Is there any input from the Mazda Ibuki concept that debuted in Tokyo in 2003? That car was a very simple section car.

    DJ: That car was really more of a precursor of the current car. There’s no relationship to that in where we’re headed.

    AM: Will the new Miata open a new chapter in Mazda design or will it be an evolution of the Kodo language we’re seeing on the Mazda CX-5, Mazda 6, and Mazda 3?

    DJ: The Mazda MX-5, although it will always be connected to its generation of [Mazda] vehicles, it also sits just slightly on its own. It will have to ride that line.

    AM: When will the new Mazda MX-5 Miata debut?

    MAZDA MEDIA OFFICER: [Interrupting] Someday. Not today

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    Renderings



    Fonte: CARTHROTTLE

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    Não gosto deste último.
    É bonito falta-lhe identidade mx-5.

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    Esse está muito bom... Pena que não deva sair assim...

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    Nenhum desses renders parecem leves

    Deviam ter os <1000 kg como objetivo

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    Por Defeito Olhos no passado: os 25 anos do MX-5


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    MAZDA MX-5 MIATA CELEBRATES 25 YEARS OF EXHILARATION



    Celebrate the World's Best-Selling Two-Seat Roadster on Twitter with hashtag #MX5Turns25

    CHICAGO, Feb. 7, 2014 - On February 9, 1989, the world was introduced to the all-new Mazda MX-5 Miata at the Chicago Auto Show. A few months later, it was named as one of the five "World's Best Cars" by Road & Track and never looked back.

    Twenty-five years later, MX-5 has racked up more than 200 awards and sold more than 920,000 worldwide as of December 2013, making it the Guinness Book of World Records holder for "Best-Selling Two-Seater Sports Car." Adding to these great achievements, more MX-5s are road-raced on any given weekend than any other model of car.

    "The MX-5 Miata has hit a number of milestones over the years and we're honored to say that 25 years later it's as much a global success and favorite among enthusiasts as it was on day one," said Jim O'Sullivan, president and CEO, Mazda North American Operations (MNAO). "At the Chicago Auto Show in 1989, MX-5 Miata set the bar for sports car performance and driving pleasure. Here we are on its 25th birthday still looking up at that bar."

    MX-5's success is that it has not strayed from its promise to deliver pure driving enjoyment at an attainable price. Its introduction in 1989 revived the two-seat roadster segment, and it went on to be named to Road & Track's "World's Best Cars" list and was 14-times one of Car and Driver's "10Best".
    Enthusiasts are encouraged to wish the MX-5 Miata a happy birthday on Twitter using the hashtag #MX5Turns25.

    25 Years of Greatness – A Look Back

    Launched in May 1989 with a starting price of $13,800 MSRP, the first-generation MX-5 Miata featured a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine with 116 horsepower and 100 lb-ft of torque. A five-speed manual transmission was standard, but a four-speed automatic was available as an option. Suspension was by independent double wishbone on all four wheels, and braking consisted of four wheel-disc brakes with the front ventilated. The engineering team created a three-fold, easy-to-operate soft top with one-hand operation that was lightweight and offered superior weather protection, and is still the model of simplicity in today's roadsters. All together, the MX-5 Miata weighed a low 2,116 pounds curb weight and could reach 60 mph in less than nine seconds.

    The second-generation MX-5 Miata debuted in 1998 as a 1999 model year, offering a more powerful 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with 140 horsepower and 119 lb-ft of torque, and new styling that was most obvious in the front as the first generation car's distinctive pop-up headlights were replaced with a faired-in design. In addition, the plastic rear window in the MX-5's soft top was replaced with a heated glass window. Features such as a straight intake port, a variable-inertia exhaust system and a dual exhaust manifold were incorporated to aid the sporty feel. The base model could reach 60 mph in 7.9 seconds, with a top speed of 122 mph.

    A special limited edition model was introduced in 1999 to celebrate MX-5's 10-year anniversary. This model ramped up performance by use of a new six-speed manual transmission, Torsen® limited-slip differential and sport-tuned suspension with Bilstein® shock absorbers. A special Sapphire Blue Mica paint with blue soft top also was offered on the special edition model.

    In 2005, the third generation MX-5 was introduced with a new 16-valve, 2.0-liter MZR I-4 engine, producing 170 horsepower and 140 lb-ft of torque, coupled to either a five-speed or a six-speed manual transmission or 166 horsepower with the optional six-speed automatic transmission. Every component on the car was either all-new or extensively revised, with the only part shared with the earlier generations being the side-repeater turn signal lamp on non-U.S. models. A front wishbone/rear multilink suspension was used beginning with the 2006 MX-5 to increase ride quality and handling. Technologies like traction control and stability control also were added.

    Mazda North American Operations is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., and oversees the sales, marketing, parts and customer service support of Mazda vehicles in the United States and Mexico through more than 700 dealers. Operations in Mexico are managed by Mazda Motor de Mexico in Mexico City.
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    Ao que parece há a possibilidade de o MX-5 ser já apresentado em Abril...

    Mazda to Debut All-New MX-5 at New York Auto Show, Claims Report - Carscoops

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    Oficial, a ser apresentado em Nova York... bem, só o chassis


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    Ao vivo de Nova Iorque






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    Teaser oficial:


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    [Rendering] - Autobild




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    [Fotos espia] - Mazda MX5







    Última edição por reckoner00 : 09-08-14 às 13:36:36

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    Será que na apresentação irão apresentar a versão Coupé, com capota rígida?

    Não sou muito fã de lona...

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    Teaser:


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    Se os "artistas do photoshop" estiverem certos, vai sair daqui um carro lindíssimo. Aguardo com expectativa a apresentação.

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    Citação Originalmente Colocado por ttrodrigues Ver Post
    Será que na apresentação irão apresentar a versão Coupé, com capota rígida?

    Não sou muito fã de lona...
    Provavelmente sim, a versão actualmente chamava-se Roadster-coupé(RC) e julgo que até se vendia bem.

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    Sim, haverá as duas capotas como o actual.
    O RC já é a versão mais vendida. A Mazda não iria abandonar uma solução que garante vendas.
    E ao contrário de outros de capota metálica, no MX-5 não interfere com a capacidade de bagageira e acrescenta menos de 40kg ao peso do carro, comparativamente à capota de lona. Good engineering

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    Estou ansioso pelo carro.
    Especialmente para as reviews.

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    Citação Originalmente Colocado por Bj40 Ver Post
    Se os "artistas do photoshop" estiverem certos, vai sair daqui um carro lindíssimo. Aguardo com expectativa a apresentação.
    Estou um pouco reticente pelo que tenho visto nestes mais recentes photoshops.
    Gostei muito do desenho no primeiro post desta página e não tanto dos que se seguiram.

    Muito colados à nova linguagem estilística da Mazda, quanto a mim o Mx-5 icone como é, gostava de o ver seguir um caminho fiel a si próprio e não à restante gama.

    De qualquer forma é provável que um carro com as proporções do Mx-5 misture bem com a tendência para capô longo e linha fluidas do "Kodo Design".

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