While the world is waiting for the highly anticipated Detroit Auto Show, many fans are forgetting about another marque event which will schedule shortly. We are talking about Tokyo Auto Salon, where Mazda has revealed assortment of new models. The first among them is 2019 Mazda3 Custom Style which is based on all new Mazda3. 2019 Mazda3 made its debut last month at Los Angeles Auto Show. Japanese automaker didn’t reveal full details regarding the 2019 Mazda3 Custom Style. Nonetheless, the hatchback is equipped with aerodynamic styling package. This package includes front splitter, extended side skirts and a gloss black rear bumper.
2019 Mazda3 Custom Style rides on 18-inch BBS wheels and the interior is modestly revised and is evident from sport pedals and special floor mats. At this event, we will get first glimpse of a customized version of Mazda3. However, the show stealer would be Roadster Drop-Head Coupe concept. It is based on MX-5 Miata and features a removable carbon fiber hard top that claims to offer increased rigidity. Apart from lightweight roof, Mazda MX-5 will also feature a front splitter, aerodynamic side skirts and 16-inch RAYS wheels. Additional modification includes a front tow hook, Recaro seats and aluminum pedals. There is also a new flywheel, a high-performance air filter and a limited slip differential.
Mazda will also showcased updated version of CX-5 and CX-8. CX-5 possesses plastic body cladding that appears to be aluminum inserts. It will also feature an updated upgraded interior with aluminum pedals, illuminated door sill plates and floors mat with a “deodorizing function.” Mazda CX-8 Custom Style is bit different and it features faux skid plates and 20-inch aluminum wheels. It has same upgrade as CX-5. Fans at Tokyo Auto Salon would also be shown MX-5 Cup Race cars.