Mazda brings tuned models at SEMA Show

Posted on Saturday, 6 November 2010 , 09:11:46 byEmil

Filed under mazda-mx-5mazda-racing-carmazda-2mazda-3mazda-tuned-carMazdaSEMATuning

Mazda brings tuned models at SEMA Show

Mazda MX-5 Roadster, Mazda 2 and Mazda 3 models were presented at SEMA, aiming to take a full advantage of the aftermarket fanboys and to provide examples of the paths tuners could take when seeing these car models.
The Mazda 2 you can see in the pictures was designed by respecting two major objectives, that of looking slick on the street and tearing it up at the track. The Mazda2 Street appears to be quite simple with its lowering on a set of 15x9s, while a more aggressive look comes with the Mazda2 Evil Track, which rides on H&R coilovers with a Mazda Design bodykit and features vinyl and a racing gear enough to meet the required standards for NASA and SCCA.
These are followed by the Redline model, powered by a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine which delivers 500 hp and rides on 18-inch Volk wheels.
The modesty of sedan is obvious with a sporty black-out treatment, front brakes from a Mazda3 and its rears taken from Mazda5 and its riding on 19-inch RX-8 wheels.
The Grand-Am GT RX-8 is a race car built and designed by SpeedSource and Riley Technologies and is mainly characterized by a frame tube skeleton, a 3-rotor 20B Mazda racing engine and occupies an important place in the racing tops by taking six of twelve races.
The Mazda MX-5 Cup again aims to reach the racers, weighing under 2,600 lbs with an engine that delivers 195 hp.
The other MX-5 is called the Super20 in order to celebrate the carís 20th American anniversary and features expanded fenders around the 16-inch Enkeis, a supercharged Cosworth mill and a stripped-down interior with roll-bar and suede.
The Mazda North America director stated that the versality of mazda vehicles was by no means extraordinary and dicatated by performance, safety and comfort. Furthermore, minor modifications to a stock Mazda makes it ready for the track or a car show.