Theophilus Chin has created a virtual roadster, based on the Mazda MX-5 that could be sold in some markets with Italian badge

Theophilus Chin has created a virtual roadster, based on the Mazda MX-5 that could be sold in some markets with Italian badge.

While we already know Alfa Romeo won’t be getting its own version of the Japanese model, it is believed Fiat or Abarth will be used to rebadge the roadster for some of the markets. Nothing is official yet, but back in March it was reported that “Abarth really makes sense for a lightweight, small displacement, high-output two-seat roadster, which perfectly fits the brand's DNA”.

What we have on this rendering is a familiar convertible sports machine, based on the Mazda MX-5. It features a modified front bumper with redesigned radiator grille, different fog lights and a central chrome strip with Abarth badge.

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