Mazda Roadster Touring Car
Mazda Roadster Touring Car (GT Sport)
Appears in Gran Turismo 5(DLC)DLCicon
Gran Turismo 6
Gran Turismo Sport(Update)Update Icon
Type in GT5 Premium
Interior in GT6 Detailed
Manufacturer Mazda
Drivetrain FR
Max Power 198 BHP
Performance Points 464 PP
Weight 795 kilograms (1,750 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 4.02 kg (8.9 lb) per horsepower
The Mazda Roadster Touring Car is a race car produced by Mazda, based on the Mazda Eunos Roadster (NA Special Package) '89. It first appeared in Gran Turismo 5 as part of the Racing Car Pack, a downloadable content released on October 2011. It later returned in Gran Turismo 6, as a regular car without the necessity to download it. It is also available in Gran Turismo Sport, where it was added as part of Update 1.41, released on July 31, 2019.


In Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo 6, there is only one available color for this car:

  • Dark Green/White

In Gran Turismo Sport, seven colors are available for this car:

  • White/Black (#55)
  • Silver/Black (#7)
  • Black/Silver (#31)
  • Dark Green/Yellow (#1)
  • Blue/White (#5)
  • Red/White (#56)
  • Yellow/Black (#88)


  • The Eunos Roadster was sold as the Mazda MX-5/Miata in the Europe/US.

This is an original tuned model created by Gran Turismo, based on the Mazda Eunos Roadster (NA Special Package) (1989).

The following is the description of the base model.

The Eunos Roadster captured the imagination of the world as soon as it made its appearance in September 1989. We know it better as the Miata, and it revived the category of the lightweight convertible sports cars, bringing the classic genre back into limelight. With a light and compact body, rear-wheel-drive and a simple-yet-straightforward 1.6-liter DOHC inline-4, the Roadster was as fun to drive as it was good looking. It came powered by the 1.6-liter Type B6-ZE that produced 118 HP and 101.2 ft-lb of torque. The suspension system consisted of double wishbones at all four corners, while the brakes were discs at both front and rear.

Mazda wanted to make sure that its new creation acted like part of the driver's body, going wherever the driver wanted in an effortless way. Thus, the phrase "rider, horse, one body" was adopted as its guiding principle.

In August 1993, a new engine, the 1.8L DOHC Type BP-ZE, was placed under the hood, with output increased to 128 HP and 115.7 ft-lb of torque. The next round of changes came in August 1995 when the final gear ratio and flywheel were modified, thus creating the 1800 Series II. Mazda produced 531,890 units through the end of 1997, setting a world record for production of a 2-passenger open vehicle, a fact recorded by the Guinness Book of World Records.



This car can be downloaded as part of the Racing Car Pack for $7.99. Once done, you'll receive a free car ticket that will allow you to redeem this car. Further copies of this car can be purchased from the Mazda dealership for 167,000 Credits.


This car can be purchased for 167,000 Credits. It is a detailed car.

GT Sport

This car can be purchased in the Mazda section of Brand Central for 80,000 Credits.



  • Despite being a race car in PS3 era games, the car is treated as a road car in Gran Turismo Sport, possibly as it is a track day car that cannot reach Gr.4-level performance at stock.
    • A similar situation happens with Toyota S-FR Racing Concept '16.
    • The addition of this car in GT Sport as a N-class car could be thought as a replacement for the scrapped Mazda Roadster S N200 that was shown in early screenshots and at Copper Box launch event.
  • In Gran Turismo Sport, some color variations of this car resemble racing modification color schemes of NA Roadsters in PlayStation era games.


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