Mazda's powerful MX-5 Miata wears a lightweight and fancy workout in what the company calls the Drop-Head Coupe concept.
The removable hard top of this newly lit concept, similar to the profile of millions of Miata hardtop models before it, is made of carbon fiber. Do not be aware that the term "drophead coupe" technically describes a softtop convertible sans hardtop (as demonstrated by Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe). In Mazda conditions, Drop-Head is the bridge between the club's trim (with its upgraded Bilstein dampers and limited sliding differential) and track-only Cup, built for the MX-5 Cup racing series.
This Mazda Miata Drop-Head Coupe concept also features red-tow rings at both ends, revised aerocouple on all sides, a set of 16-inch Rays forged wheels, a small tire spoiler , and a little wavy matte black graphics.