On the outside, the styling shares nothing in common with the MX-5 Miata it’s based on, sporting retro-style round headlights and taillights, prominent wheel arches, and a quad exhaust system.
The interior is also significantly more lavish, appointed with high-quality wood trim and cream leather seats. Production of the Grand Albaycin will be limited to just 30 units in 2021, with each model featuring a unique serial plate displaying its production number.
No pricing details have been announced, but it’s safe to say the Grand Albaycin will cost significantly more than the standard Mazda MX-5 Miata, which starts at $26,580. Order books for the Grand Albaycin will start on January 23.