AutoExe Soups Up the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata

AutoExe, a very well known and established Japanese aftermarket parts manufacturer for Mazda cars, announced a series of performance and visual mods for the all new 2016 Mazda MX-5 ND Miata. The most noticeable is the new sexy ass bumper they put on, along with the new LED daytime running lights and fog lights. Other cosmetic upgrades include front under spoiler, trunk spoiler, and rear diffuser to complete the “Tune COOL!” styling modification.

Performance wise, they offer lowering springs that drop the Miata 20mm towards the ground. Coilovers will be available next month, and customers can adjust the ride height from 5mm to 20mm lower than stock. Other performance parts include adjustable front links, stabilizer, cross bar, strut bar, and member brace to help stiffen up the car which is known for having quite a bit of body roll.

There’s also a center-out dual tip low pressure exhaust. I’m not sure how it sounds on the car, but fitting the center dual exhaust with the rear diffuser makes the car look sweet as fuck.

This body kit fixes the ugliness of the new MX-5, and the performance mods can eliminate the awful body roll of the car. The only left now, is to wait for someone to come up with a turbo package.

Source: http://www.autoexe.co.jp/car/nd.html
Images source: http://www.autoexe.co.jp/car/nd/nd-05_sp/index.html

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  1. Eduardo Oerther
    Eduardo Oerther says:

    The all-new 2016 Mazda MX-5 has been on the global stage for less than a year, but already the tuning scene has turned its attention to the new roadster’s potential. Latest cab off the rank is Japan’s Autoexe, one of the better-known tuning houses from the MX-5’s homeland, and no stranger to tweaking Mazda products.

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