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HIROSHIMA, Japan—Mazda Motor Corporation will host Mazda Design: The Car as Art, from April 14 to 19 in the Brera district of central Milan, as part of Milan Design Week 2015.*

Mazda designers believe that the car is a work of art and they are constantly striving to design cars that move people emotionally. In order to refine the techniques and expressive power that allow them to breathe life into inanimate objects, they sometimes turn their attention to works of art other than cars, advancing the expression of a sense of life, particularly through forms that represent motion and the movement of reflections.

Today at the Chicago Auto Show, where the first generation MX-5  was introduced to the world in 1989, Mazda revealed an MX-5 accessories design concept of the next-generation roadster that will hit showrooms later this year.

“There is so much MX-5 history at the Chicago Auto Show, and we wanted to continue building on that,” said Jim O’Sullivan, president and CEO, Mazda North American Operations. 

The first models produced are destined for the Japanese market. 

Sales of the All-New MX-5 will begin in Japan around June this year. Following sales start in Japan, the MX-5 will be progressively rolled out to overseas markets.

The MX-5 is an iconic model representing Mazda's vehicle engineering philosophy: the pursuit of driving pleasure. 

HIROSHIMA, Japan—Mazda Motor Corporation today began production of the all-new Mazda MX-5 two-seater lightweight sports car (known as Mazda Roadster in Japan) at Ujina Plant No.1 in Hiroshima. The first models produced are destined for the Japanese market. Sales of the all-new MX-5 will begin in Japan around June this year and interested buyers can make an appointment for pre-sale discussions through a dedicated website from noon on Friday, March 20. Following sales start in Japan, the MX-5 will be progressively rolled out to overseas markets

Mazda3, All-New Mazda2 and New Mazda CX-5 continued to lead their respective sales segments in February, according to VFACTS figures released today.

In February, Mazda sold 9,057 new cars, SUVs and utilities – for a 10 per cent market share, with Year-To-Date (YTD) sales reaching 18,063 and a 10.5 per cent slice of the automotive pie.

Maintaining its position as the nation’s leading full-line importer, Mazda was the country’s second-best selling auto brand in February with All-New Mazda2 the most