The rebodied MX-5 is provided with an option of 1.5- or 2.0-litre engines, and also will certainly be restricted to a run of simply 30 devices for 2021.

A rebodied Mazda MX-5– called the Grand Albaycin– has actually been formally revealed by Spanish coachbuilder Hurtan.

The Spanish roadster shares its Japanese relative’s typical 1.5- and also 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engines, creating 97kW/152Nm and also 135kW/205Nm specifically.

Hurtan– which currently supplies rebodied versions of the Chrysler PT Cruiser and also Jeep Wrangler– states it obtained Mazda’s true blessing for the 1930s-inspired task.

Inside the Grand Albaycin, personalized cross-stitched tan natural leather lines the seats, door cards, dashboard panel, handbrake, equipment bar handle, and also guiding wheel, every one of which have actually been obtained from the MX-5.

The Mazda’s plastic installations have actually additionally been replaced with a wood veneer.

On the surface, the hand-operated soft-top and also mirrors seem the only carry-over elements from the Mazda.

The roadster will certainly be put together at the firm’s manufacturing facility in Granada, and also is slated for a manufacturing run of simply 30 devices in 2021.

Customers will certainly be called for to take down a EUR5000 (AU$ 7800) down payment, nevertheless total rates is yet to be verified– reports out of Europe recommend the base version will certainly begin with EUR59,000 (AU$ 92,600) plus on roadway prices.