920,000 units is quite a lot of anything, but it's particularly special when you're describing a two-seater roadster.
People love sports cars, but they don't really buy that many of them. For Mazda's MX-5 to have hit that number in 25 years is testament to just how significant it is in the global car market. Some cars sell that in a year of course, but few are as fun and as enduring as Mazda's little roadster.
More impressive is that the MX-5 formula has changed little in 25 years. It started out as a light-weight, two-seat roadster, and remains so to this day. Weight has risen and fallen but nothing like as much as family hatchbacks, and driving an MX-5 is still a lesson in the benefits of low mass.
Power has crept up too, but never enough to corrupt the MX-5's simple purity. It's still more entertaining than it is fast, appreciable at low speeds as much as it is at higher velocities. It still has a simple interior, a pretty exterior and is as reliable as ever - a huge component of its success where other, less sturdy sports cars have fallen by the wayside.
At its debut at the Chicago Auto Show on February 9, 1989, the MX-5 Miata featured a 1.6-litre, four-cylinder engine with just 116 horsepower. Power has crept up over the years and the latest cars produce 157 horsepower from their 2-litre units, or 126 horses from the entry level 1.8. Plenty of companies offer tuning packages of course, and turbocharging can lift those totals north of 200 horspower. Other modern advancements include the option of a folding hard top - as watertight as ever - and amenities like satellite navigation.
This year should see a brand new MX-5 launched. The promise is of a lighter, more efficient, more beautiful car.
There's little doubt Mazda will achieve those aims - nor is there any doubt we'll still be talking of Mazda's little roadster in another 25 years.
Catch Mazda's video at the top of this page, or head over to our full MX-5 guide for more reviews, information, stats, photos and videos. For even more on Mazda's roadster, some guy has written a book on the model's history, available from all good stores...