The retractable hardtop has a special place in the hearts of sports car fans, the demographic that Mazda is looking to please with its spectacular new MX-5 RF, a vehicle that was unveiled ahead of the New York Auto Show.
This particular vehicle's hardtop roof is built around a roof-line that is more reminiscent of a coupe than anything else. When the driver pushes a button, the roof lifts up to make room for its retracting panels.
What's great about this retractable hardtop is that it doesn't take away from room in the trunk. It can be used when the car is moving at no more than 10 km/h, while the rear window can also be lowered to boost the car's open-air feel.
The Mazda MX-F 5F is truly looking to revolutionize the retractable hardtop by making it easier on the eye and more fun to use.