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Mazda unveils modified cars in SEMA

Mazda recently took the spotlight as they went zoom at the SEMA introducing their line of modified vehicles. The Japanese carmaker displayed the dept and coverage of their brand as they display the aftermarket capabilities and potentials of their cars infusing a sporty soul into each ride. Minor modifications were made to the stock vehicles of Mazda to make them ready for the track or to showcase them as street cars.

Mazda Evil Track

The Evil Track Mazda 2 is designed to meet the requirements of NASA and SCCA regulations as a vehicle fit for series racing. The looks of the car was given some spunk through race graphics and body works. This ride is inspired by the Mazda2 Evil presented as a concept car during the 2009 motor show in Los Angeles.

Mazda2 Street

This car is the street version of the Mazda2 rolling on sporty 15×9 light wheels hugged by R compound tyres from Toyo. The paint job involves light gray metallic color accented by matte graphics.

MX 5 Super 20

The 20 stands for the 20 years of successful existence o f the MX-5. This version is given a tougher look and more aggressive attitude through a supercharged engine from Cosworth, smaller wheels, and wider fenders.

The soft top was replaced by a hard top. A roll bar is installed in the stripped down insides to give the car a GT feel. Orange contrast stitching on the suede seats gives the driver more grip. The ECU, brake components, and wheels were also upgraded.

Mazda RX 8 Grand Am GT

Riley Technologies and SpeedSource teamed up to come up with the tube-frame architecture of the chassis for this Grand AM GT RX8. The cornerstone of this program is the powerful 3-rotor 20B Renesis powerplant which gets its DNA from the RX8 streetcar.

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