Pricing starts at around £21,000 (around £1,000 more than an MX-5) and three trim levels will be offered in the UK: Classica, Lusso and Lusso Plus. On top of that, there's a 170bhp Abarth version, but that will cost around £30,000. Standard equipment on the entry-level Classica variant includes four airbags, air conditioning, a leather-trimmed steering wheel with audio controls, a leather-trimmed gear knob, cruise control with a speed limiter, 16-inch alloy wheels, keyless engine start and a powerful infotainment system with USB, AUX and Bluetooth connectivity. A seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with DAB, WiFi, two USB ports and a multimedia control knob is available as a £500 option.
The mid-range Lusso version is equipped with that seven-inch infotainment system as standard, but adds satellite navigation with 3D maps and the Parkview rear parking camera as well. It is also equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, heated leather upholstery, automatic climate control, front fog lamps, keyless entry, chrome exhaust tips and a premium silver finish on the windscreen frame and rollover bars. The top Lusso Plus model builds on the specification of the Lusso model by adding adaptive LED headlamps, automatic lights and wipers and a nine-speaker BOSE sound system (including stereo headrest speakers on both seats).