The Mazda MX-6 is the sports car time forgot
Could the MX-6 be making a comeback?
You wouldn't look twice at the first MX-6.
Power came from a 2.2-litre four-cylinder turbo, which produced a mere 100kW of power, but 233Nm of torque.
In 1989, four-wheel steering (4WS) was added to improve cornering at low and high speeds.
The second generation arrived in 1991 and was still identical to the 626 under the skin, but outside the coupe received more unique styling.
Still a good-looking car, even by today's standards.
The turbocharged engine was also ditched for a 2.5-litre V6, which was good for 121kW/213Nm.
The 2.5-litre V6 was a sweet sounding unit.
The MX-6 lasted for 10 years before being discontinued in ’97 alongside its sister car, the Ford Probe.
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