Having unveiled the very first Miata at the 1989 Chicago auto show, Mazda has reserved a special place in its heart for the Windy City ever since. So it’s no surprise that the automaker is once again using its stage at McCormick Place to add another chapter to the Miata story. Although we’ll have to wait until Friday for the full monty, it has released a photo previewing a “concept” Miata to which it has bolted newly introduced accessories. All we can see here are a rear lip spoiler and diffuser-style lower valance that appear to be made of carbon fiber, but we understand there’s a panoply of items to be offered for those interested in adding a dash of personalization to their cars. Given the Miata’s devoted fanbase and the amount of attention a typical owner tends to lavish on their roadster, we think the catalog will prove a hit. First Drive Review: 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata 9 Things You Need to Know About the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Cup Race Car Mazda MX–5 Research: Pricing, Photos, Tests, Reviews and More Mazda is also going to use the Chicago show to introduce its Heritage Collection, which encompasses three clothing lines said to be inspired by Mazda’s past, present, and future. If “Past” means we’ll be leaving Chicago wearing clothing emblazoned with graphic images of vintage rotary engine schematics and Mazda R360 sedans culled from the corporate archives, we can’t wait. We’ll leave the “Present” and “Future” lines for those more afflicted with the Miata disorder.