Mazda will reveal the high-performance MPS version of its new Mazda3 at the Geneva motor show in Switzerland next month
And if you thought the current, 250km/h version, was fast enough, you’d better look out for the new one.
MPS programme manager, Yoshiyuki Maeda, says it will have “higher levels of ferocity and exhilaration" while being environmentally friendly.
It adds a body kit to the standard car, and runs a 2.3-litre direct injection turbocharged engine, and is tuned to have “razor-sharp handling.”
More than that we can’t tell you. Mazda is keeping details of the car’s specifications under wraps for now,