* Hello partners! in this video you will see a time of 37 seconds, but that time is erroneous, Gran Turismo Sport in one of the updates, I modify the times of all the tests, nowadays when doing this test: Roadster Vs. Roadster, the time I get without struggling is 0: 35: 400 seconds, I’ll go back up the game, and I’ll record it again, greetings to all 😉
* Hola compañeros! en este video vereis un tiempo de 37 segundos, pero ese tiempo es erroneo, Gran Turismo Sport en una de las actualizaciones, modifico los tiempos de todas las pruebas, hoy en dia al hacer esta prueva : Roadster vs. Roadster, el tiempo que consigo sin esforzarme es de 0:35:400 segundos, volvere ha subir la partida, y volvere a grabarlo otra vez, un saludo a todos 😉
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* The Mazda MX-5, released as the Mazda MX-5 Miata /miˈɑːtə/ in North America and as the Eunos Roadster or Mazda Roadster in Japan, is a lightweight two-seater roadster with a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. Manufactured by Mazda in Hiroshima, Japan, the model debuted in 1989 at the Chicago Auto Show.
The MX-5 was conceived as a small roadster – with light weight and minimal mechanical complexity limited only by legal and safety requirements, while being technologically modern and reliable. The MX-5 is conceptually the evolution and spiritual successor of the British sports cars of the 1950s & ’60s, such as the Triumph Spitfire, Austin-Healey 100 and 3000, Austin-Healey Sprite, MG MGA and MG Midget, and particularly the Lotus Elan.
The second generation MX-5 (NB) was launched in 1998 (for the 1999 model year), the third generation (NC) model was launched in 2005 (for the 2006 model year), and a fourth generation (ND) was released in 2015 (for the 2016 model year). It is the best-selling two-seat convertible sports car in history and, by April 2016, over one million MX-5s have been built and sold around the world. Production of the MX-5 had fallen by 2013 to below 14,000 units, due to the world finance crisis in 2008, and the pre-announcement in 2012 of the coming ND model.
Since the launch of the third generation, Mazda has consolidated worldwide marketing using the MX-5 name with the exception of the United States where it is marketed as the MX-5 Miata, and Japan, where it is known as the Roadster. The name “miata” derives from Old High German for “reward”.