Forged BBS wheels, Brembo brakes, and Recaro seats with suede inserts were available (and standard on the RF for 2022) as part of a package exclusively for the Club trim, which means while you can buy a Miata still, you can’t get one with these upgrades.
The closest thing you can now get is the MX-5 Grand Touring. It misses out on the aforementioned package upgrades, but so long as you spec the six-speed manual, you’ll still get the Bilstein suspension, LSD, and strut tower brace. You also get navigation, automatic climate control, and better headlights with high-beam control.
For that, you’ll pay $32,650 in soft-top form and $35,350 in RF guise. The soft-top is still available in Sport trim for $27,650 but makes do without these upgrades.