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.
A hard-top version– based upon the MX-5 RF– is anticipated to get here later on this year.
CarAdvice has actually called Hurtan for discuss the probability of (and also setting you back for) possible Australian distributions. This tale will certainly be upgraded with its reaction.
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Mazda MX-5’s Spanish relative revealed: Hurtan Grand Albaycin