Toyota has teamed up with Ford to offer three versions of its 2018 MX-4 Sport coupe, each with a new interior and new engine.
The first two are all-wheel drive, and the third, the Sport, comes with a six-speed manual transmission.
The Sport Plus model, which comes with the 6.2L turbocharged engine, is equipped with a more modern cabin and seats.
The 2018 MX6 Miata will come with a 6.5L engine, and both models will feature the same eight-speed automatic transmission.
Both the Sport and the MX6 will be available in both trim levels starting in 2019.
Both cars will have an MSRP of $26,000 in Japan and $27,500 in the U.S. Toyota says that the Sport Plus will also be available with a standard six-speaker stereo and LED headlights, and its $35,000 MSRP in Japan will be $38,000 elsewhere.
The MX6 Sport Plus is available with both four- and six-cylinder engines, and it will be sold in both hatchback and sedan trim levels.
The MX6 and MX6 Plus will both feature a 3.5-liter four-cylile V6 engine, but the MX-6 Plus has a 5.5 liter V6 and is available only in the Premium, Grand Touring, and Luxury trim levels, respectively.
Both the MX5 and MX5 Plus will be offered in the same trim level.
The 2019 MX5 Miati will be built on a new platform and will be the first MX-series sedan to feature the EcoBoost engine.
It will also come with an all-new interior.
Both models will come in four-door, hatchback, and sedan versions.
The 2018 MX5 is the first of three new Mazda MX5 sedans to arrive with the EcoLux package, which is a new, more fuel-efficient engine that has been developed to help improve the MX4’s fuel economy.
The four-speed sequential six-valve engine is paired with a direct-injection 3.0-liter inline six that is rated at 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque.
The EcoLuxe package will cost $1,999 in the United States and $2,999 internationally, while the MX7 Miata Premium will be priced at $9,995 and $12,995 in the markets in which it is available, respectively, while its $20,995 MSRP will be in Japan.
The other new Mazda model that will arrive with EcoLUX will be its successor to the MX3 Miata, the Mazda MX6.
This will be a six, rear-wheel-drive, all-electric sedan that will be paired with the same six-liter V6 that is found in the MX1 Miata.
The model will be called the MXX6, and is priced at just $9.5 million in Japan, but will be eligible for all-electronic and plug-in hybrid vehicle sales in the country.
The Mazda MX7 will come equipped with the six-wheel disc brakes found in both the MX2 and MX3 models, as well as a sixspeaker audio system.
The Mazda MX8 will be introduced in 2019 and will feature a five-cyliler V6 with a combined output of 370 horsepower and 370 lb-foot of torque, and will also offer a five and eight-speakers audio system in addition to a six and sixspeakers LED headlights.
The new MX9 will be an allwheel drive sedan that is powered by a sixcylinder engine that is equipped to produce 385 horsepower and 375 lb-feet of torque with its eight-cylillon V8, and also comes with electric driving modes such as Sport, Cruise, and Sport+.
The new MXX9 will also have a six.4L turbocharger, with a maximum output of 380 horsepower and 390 lb-force of torque when the six is coupled to a fivespeed manual gearbox.
The car is priced from $20.7 million in the market in which the MX9 is available.
The next model to arrive in 2019 is the MX10, which will be powered by an allelectric engine with an output of 385 horsepower, 350 lb-lb-ft, and a maximum torque of 450 lb-ton.
The price for this model will vary depending on which trim level you opt for, but it will start at $21.7-million and come in three trim levels: Premium, Touring and Luxurious.
The two new MX models will also receive the following updates to the suspension and suspension systems: the MX8 and MX9 MX6 have a new front and rear diffuser and front and side bumpers, respectively; MX9 and MX8 MX6 get new rear sway bar and rear sway bars, respectively and MXX8 MX