Production on the first Mazda MX-5 started 27 years ago at the Ujina Plant No.1 in Hiroshima. Four generations later, the brand has reached a milestone for its fun to drive soft-top. Mazda announced earlier this week that it has produced its one-millionth MX-5. Beginning May 3, the car will kick off its world tour at the Hiroshima Flower Festival. After several stops in Japan and worldwide, the one-millionth Miata will end up in the U.S. for the “Miatas at Mazda Raceway” in Salinas, California. With over 200 global awards, one Guinness World Record and a hardtop on the way, the MX-5 continues to be a symbol of driving pleasure. As Mazda approaches the centennial mark, the joy of driving couldn’t be stronger.