As with the original Grand Albaycin, which could be ordered as a cabriolet or a targa, performance comes from the Miata’s 1.5-liter or 2.0-liter engines, which produce 130 horsepower and 181 hp, respectively. The smaller engine, which is not offered in the US, comes with a six-speed manual, while the 2.0-liter motor can be had with a stick or a six-speed automatic. The top speed for the smaller motor is 126 mph, while the bigger engine will motivate the car to 136 mph.
But you don’t buy one of these for its outright performance. Instead, these cars are purchased by those who want something unlike any other sports car on the road, with unique styling and a lavish interior.