Mazda has spiced up its still-fresh little MX-5 with a more driver-focused 'RS' grade. Named the Roadster RS in Japan (and unfortunately only for meant for sale in Japan), it features a couple of handling-enhancing goodies that will make the good handling little car even better to drive.
Power wise, nothing has been changed. Which means the 1.5-litre engine still puts out a decent 129bhp and will do the century sprint in 8.3 seconds. The weight of the car is 1,040kg. At nearly 3.2million yen, it costs around 700,000 yen more than the base 'S' variant of the roadster.