Rome-based Gorgona Cars showcased their Mazda NM Concept at Italy’s national MX-5 gathering, and it is a stunner to say the least. It started out as a standard first-generation ‘NA’ MX-5 before the team removed its windshield, placed a metal cover over the passenger seat, welded the bottom section of each door, and then fitted a small aerodynamic piece behind the driver’s seat.
Making its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show, the 2020 Mazda MX-30 crossover is the automaker’s first production electric vehicle. The Euro-spec modelis powered by one electric motor producing 143 horsepower, paired with a 35.5kWh battery that offers a 130-mile range when fully charged. Inside, the open-feeling cabin sports an eco-friendly theme that uses cork for the console tray sourced from trees that aren’t felled, recycled plastic door trim, recycled fabrics, and a seven-inch touchscreen.