Suzuki Kizashi 203-mph was brought down in public this week

Suzuki Kizashi 203-mph was brought down in public this week

After recently running by over 200 miles per hour at the Bonneville Salt Flats, the 500+horsepower Suzuki Kizashi was photographed and closely analysed this week-end.
The conclusions are that the engine looks pretty much streetable, the car sits a bit lower, being covered in decals, leaving little similarity with a tuner Suzuki which is likely to be seen at this weekly show.
One can see the exterior provided with a large air dam up front, Moon discs and a pair of dorsal ridges running along the roof.
The interior doesn`t look much different from the exterior, mainly a fairly stock dash and center console,a removed airbag, the original door panels, having a single racing seat and in addition a couple of fire-suppression tanks and it also houses a slew of switches and levers to keep everything moving nice and smoothly. The most special thing that cannot be neglected by one`s eyes is the giant parachute out back.


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Suzuki Kizashi 203-mph was brought down in public this week image Suzuki Kizashi 203-mph was brought down in public this week image
Suzuki Kizashi 203-mph was brought down in public this week image Suzuki Kizashi 203-mph was brought down in public this week image