The Mazda MX-5 is, without a doubt, an icon, providing fun-to-drive bliss for a wider audience since its debut in 1989. Thirty years later, this open-top 2-seat Japanese roadster never lost its touch, spanning 4 generations and countless special editions, thus keeping its fire burning. So much so that it’s considered by many as the world’s most popular sports car, selling more than a million units (and counting) worldwide.
To mark the milestone, Mazda recently rolled out a special kind of MX-5. It’s called the MX-5 30th Anniversary Edition, a commemorative variant of the 4th generation MX-5 that covers both its soft top and RF (Retractable Fastback) versions.