It’s hard to believe it’s been two decades since Mazda first showed the world how to build a classic British sports car right. The roadster known as the Miata and MX-5 at different times and places around the world is 20 years old. To celebrate Mazda MX-5’s 20th birthday in France, Mazda rolled out a special edition MX-5 Matte and Black Edition at the Salon du Cabriolet, Coupé & SUV.
There aren’t any power upgrades so this MX-5 Matte and Black Edition models are still powered by a 167-hp 2.0L 4-cylinder engine.
Starting with a 2.0 liter Roadster Coupe, Paris design house LK by Laure Kczekotowska Paris; seems to have taken the black, matte Miata and it covered “with rhinestones, gems, [and] crystals.” I do not see rhinestones, Kenny.
Anyway, the point is this: PARIS. SPECIAL EDITION. MX-5. HAUTE COUTURE. SOMETHING SOMETHING. PARTY. You get the idea.