Athough Miata power has made a gradual climbed through the years, sports car enthusiasts style identify the modest output has a weakness in the otherwise wonderfully balanced convertible. The namesake turbocharger force feeds the 1.8-liter DOHC four-cylinder engine, promising ample low-end torque and a thrilling top end. To manage the additional power, the radiator core volume has been increased, and the six-speed transmission, clutch, propeller shaft, and differential have been fortified. Also, firmer rubber is used for the engine mounts. More than just an engine package, this model features aggressively tuned Bilstein shock absorbers and larger 204/40R17 tires. Springs, shocks, and brake calipers are treated to red and silver paint hinting at the car's performance demeanor. The exterior is dressed with a wide-mouth front fascia, tinted headlamps, and fog lamps. The interior is outfitted with two-tone red/black seats, with red door trim, and aluminum pedals. Perhaps gunshy due to issues with the RX-8, Mazda wouldn't reveal the horsepower output. But, the good news is this model will be headed to America in early 2004.