In the Restore business, Mazda keeps the user’s “Roadster” and refreshes the car in a state close to the original, and it will start accepting it within 2017 and start service from the beginning of 2018. Manufacturer Mazda makes direct interviews and carries out services tailored to the condition and desires of individual cars.
In parts re-supply, it will reprint some parts of the original Roadster which is currently being supplied, and will be on sale from the beginning of 2018. Reprint the software top of vinyl fabric reminiscent of the time of the announcement and SF 325 (185 / 60R14) of Bridgestone and the wood steering / shift knob made by NARDI which were fitted with new cars with current technology. We will continue to work on other parts supply through dialogue with users.
In the restore business, Mazda keeps cars from users, checks individual conditions and refreshes the car in a state close to original while meeting user’s request. This service will be accepted within 2017 and will start full-scale service from the beginning of 2018, he says.