Mazda has unveiled the MX-5 Super25 concept at the SEMA Motor Show. It was designed for endurance racing.

Mazda has unveiled the MX-5 Super25 concept at the SEMA Motor Show.

Essentially an evolution of the Super20 concept, the Super25 was designed to be an endurance racer. As such, it has "55" badging that recalls the brand's first and only win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1991. There's also a tri-color exterior with white racing stripes, PIAA lights and matte black 17-inch Volk Racing wheels with BFGoodrich g-Force R1 tires.

Since the concept was designed for racing, it features a stripped out interior with a Sparco Evo competition racing seat upholstered in charcoal and tomato red. There's also a sport steering wheel, a six-point racing harness and an AiM MXL data acquisition system with a dashboard-mounted display.

Performance specifications were not released, but the car is equipped with a short-throw shifter and Brembo brakes.

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Mazda MX-5 Super25 concept introduced at SEMA