In a couple of years Mazda
will present an all-new MX-5 it's co-developing with Alfa Romeo
, but in the meantime it is giving the current model a facelift. We got a glimpse at the updated Miata from leaked brochures just the other day, but the Mazda has now released official details of its latest roadster in Japan. The latest MX-5 features a number of enhancements to keep it fresh, and while the vehicle you see here is presented for the Japanese domestic market, we can expect the changes to carry over shortly for export.