BBR Mazda MX-5 concept left side

BBR’s upcoming tuning program for Mazda MX-5 will produce 200bhp

January 10, 2015

British performance tuner BBR has teased the 2016 Mazda MX-5 tuning program that will bump up the power of the vehicle to 200 bhp. The Mazda tuner says its making great progress with visual concept and powertrain development of the fourth-generation MX-5.

BBR has already viewed a pre-production version of the new-generation model and is working on its visual enhancements. As of now, the tuner has released a teaser rendering of the car revealing a silver exterior theme, front apron, side skirts, boot lid spoiler and bigger exhaust tips

More information is available in the press release below.


Despite deliveries not scheduled to begin until July, legendary Mazda performance tuner BBR is making great progress with both its visual concept and powertrain development for the all-new MX-5.

“A program of detailed performance enhancements has already commenced at our Brackley base,” says BBR’s Neil Mckay, “thanks to our investment in a 2.0-litre Skyactiv powered Mazda 3. Our objective with the all-new MX-5 is to achieve the same 200 bhp output that we can easily enjoy with simple bolt-on components on the current 2.0-litre NC model, before building on further power upgrades using forced induction.”

Having viewed a pre-production version of the car BBR is also working hard on visual enhancements to add more presence to the svelte lines of the all-new MX-5. “Our current customer base requests subtle bodywork alterations, so we are also working hard on these over the coming months.”

And the silver theme pictured in this teaser release of BBR ‘s all-new Mazda MX-5 concept? “Watch this space,” comments Mckay, “we will be revealing more in spring 2015.”

In the meantime BBR wishes it’s friends in the media, customers and suppliers a very happy New Year.

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