The new MR2, which debuted in October 2016, is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 600 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque.
The engine is paired with an electric motor, which produces 240 hp and 130 lb-force of torque at 5,500 rpm and an electric steering system.
The rear wheels are all-wheel drive.
The interior is designed to be a blend of classic interior design and futuristic, futuristic, minimalist lines.
The interior consists of a new steering wheel, seats with the MR1’s original leather, and a new dashboard with an LED display.
The new seats, which are slightly bigger than the ones on the current MR2s, are wider, more comfortable, and also feature an adjustable armrest that lowers the driver’s back.
The MR2’s interior features a more modern and modernized look than the previous MR2.
It features an aluminum and carbon fiber exterior with LED lighting, a new interior door trim, and new vents and door handles.
The front and rear seats are upgraded with an aluminum fabric interior, and the seat backs are now carbon fiber.
The doors, which have a larger opening, are now fully retractable and have a large rear window that can be used as a window.
The MR2 has new LED lighting that can also be customized with different patterns and colors.
The back seats also have new LED lights that can change color.
The exterior mirrors, which were redesigned in 2018, now have new mirror-like technology that helps to increase visibility when the driver is driving close to the rear.
There are new safety features on the MR3, which features a rearview camera, a navigation system, and rear cross traffic alert system.
There is also a new power-on brake system, which is paired to the engine and has a higher speed of up to 65 mph.
The safety features are all standard on the 2017 MR2 and the 2017-2019 MR3.
The 2018 MR3 will be the first to be equipped with a rear cross-traffic alert system and a rear-facing camera.
The brakes are also being upgraded for the 2018 MR2 to reduce the amount of time it takes for the driver to brake before they can stop.