Suzuki Kizashi Concepts

Suzuki's long-awaited 2010 Suzuki Kizashi sedan is just starting to make its way to Suzuki dealerships, but that hasn't stopped the tuners from scoring a few Kizashis to dress up for the 2009 SEMA show. Here's a look at four customized Kizashis that will be on the floor at SEMA.
Road Race Motorsports Suzuki Kizashi
Road Race Motorsports Platinum Edition Suzuki Kizashi Front Three Quar
Road Race Motorsports has been making race cars out of Suzukis for a long time, so it's no surprise they got their hands on the Kizashi as fast as they could in order to create their Platinum Edition Kizashi. Digging in, they added a custom intake system, engine management system, Zeitronix data logging system and a custom dual exhaust. They then stiffened up the chassis and added Progress Technology springs and sway bars to take care of the handling and Rotora 13-in. brakes up front to handle stopping duties and complement their own Road Race 10.2-in. rear brakes.
Performance work done, Road Race turned their attention to the Kizashi's appearance, which they upgraded with their Sport Body kit. The kit includes Carbontrix custom front and rear fascias and a rear diffuser, to which they also added a custom grille, vented hood, and blacked-out roof. "Platinum Edition" graphics finish the package and let everyone know this is no ordinary Kizashi.
Delta Tech Engineering Suzuki Kizashi
Delta Tech Engineering Suzuki Kizashi Front Three Quarter View
Also quick to snap up a Kizashi was Delta Tech Engineering, which also had its sights set on performance. They started by stripping the car and lightening it as much as possible. Under the hood, they fitted a cold air intake and custom exhaust to up performance while Koni provided new coilover shocks and springs to upgrade the handling. RK Sport, meanwhile, came up with a new body kit for the car while Katzkin took care of new seats and Kenwood supplied a new stereo system. Delta Tech finished off the car with custom HID and LED lighting it developed in-house for this project.
Import Tuner Suzuki Kizashi
Import Tuner Suzuki Kizashi Front Three Quarters View DriverIf any automotive magazine were to answer Suzuki's call for tuner Kizashi builds, which better to answer it than Import Tuner? The customizers of all things import went to work under the hood, on the suspension, and on the body work to create a custom Kizashi an import tuner could be proud to call its own.
Import Tuner Suzuki Kizashi Front Three Quarters View Passenger
Import Tuner Suzuki Kizashi Front View
Import Tuner Suzuki Kizashi Rear Three Quarters View Driver
Import Tuner Suzuki Kizashi Rear View
Import Tuner Suzuki Kizashi Side View
Westside Auto Group Suzuki Kizashi
Westside Auto Group Suzuki Kizashi Front Three Quarter View
Fusing East and West, Westside Auto Group drew inspiration from both the Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle and vintage European style for its Kizashi Soleil (Soleil is French for "masculine sun," a nod to the Kizashi's Japanese heritage). Up front, Westside created a new fascia, grille and air intakes, then moved around the side and shaved the door handles. Reaching the rear of the car, they added a custom rear fascia housing a custom Yoshimura exhaust and a GT Super Car spoiler. R-Worx seven-spoke wheels wrapped in early-release Bridgestone Potenza tires and two-tone Napa Merlot/Bronzed Amber paint complete the package.
Suzuki Kizashi Concepts

 Suzuki Kizashi Concepts
 Suzuki Kizashi Concepts

Suzuki Kizashi Concepts

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