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All Were Better | ND Mazda MX-5 Miata Design Process

Usually there is no point of getting into the 'What if game'. But since we are here...

What were the chances? - you ask.
No, it was not about the lack of creativity or good taste of all the designers.
It only takes one bad design, and one bad choice.
Just like that. The usual way.

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