Denizens of the Miata cult know that Mazda likes to release a special edition of the MX-5 Miata every few years or so—even once per year, if they feel plush enough.
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Companies love to wax misty-eyed poetics about how their production cars are "concept-derived" until Robert Pinsky throws a fit, and Mazda keeps its production teasers in line with the rest.
Say its name and you'll sound like you're sneezing, but we have a serious case of small-car fever with this one.
The Mazda2 isn't exactly a masculine car—with its econo-egg styling and 100 horsepower—but the next-gen Mazda2 will be decidedly feminine.