A new dimension is explored by Mazda Motors Corporation by adding the Power Retractable Hard Top (PRHT) to its new Roadster lineup. This was done without withdrawing the driving comforts of the previous Roadster including its “Jinba Ittai” dynamic performance. The next level of refinement introduced by Mazda was launched to the automotive market this month.
It can be recalled that the Roadster has already won more than 30 globally-acclaimed awards. This has paved way for its international recognition. With this added spice called Power Retractable Hard Top, the lineup can now give higher comfort for both the conventional Roadster driving and the open-top sports car pleasure. Said new feature is made up of a light-weight material which has a one-touch electric control. The roof can also be folded away into the rear part of the seats and inside the wheelbase.
The root of Mazda MX-5 Miata was born to universal acclaim. It was recognized in the Guinness Book of World Records as the best-selling two-seat convertible sports car. The very first Miata featured an easy-to-operate folding top. It can be folded in seconds by simply unzipping the plastic rear window, releasing the 2 windshield header latches and pushing the top back. The next generation of Miata introduced a simpler process. In this lineup, no unzipping was required to fold its top.
In the freshest generation of Miata, new hard top is incorporated to enjoy the mighty rays of the sun on the cockpit area. PRHT functions like a magic trick, one push of the button and it will disappear from sight. The convertible design of PRHT consists of 3 major parts – the front section, middle section and the rear window. Said parts complement Miata to yield suave operation.
Mazda Miata parts are designed to achieve the sophistication that the customers are expecting. In addition, Miata’s trunk provides a 5.3 cubic feet capacity, center locking handle and minor suspension adjustments to sustain the design of PRHT.
Miata MX-5 comes with 2 new exterior colors – the Stormy Blue Mica and Highland Green Mica. These colors have replaced Winning Blue Metallic and Nordic Green Mica.
Source by Margaret Adams