2010 SEMA: Mazda Shows Off Fleet Of Race Track Inspired Models

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Mazda is taking its “zoom zoom” philosophy to a whole new level at the 2010 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show, which is taking place in Las Vegas this week. Mazda’s product lineup of sedans, sports cars and crossovers already offer consumers plenty of thrills in stock form but at SEMA we get to see the automaker’s aftermarket capability and potential.

Taking center stage is the funky new 2011 Mazda2, which is on display in two very different flavors: the Mazda2 Evil Track and Mazda2 Street. They are joined by a hardcore racing version of the Mazda MX-5 roadster and the MX-5 Cup Car, the latter being the most road-raced car in the world. Some of the modifications for the track inspired MX-5 include a supercharged Cosworth engine, a hard-top roof in place of the convertible soft-top and a stripped out the interior to accommodate a full roll cage.

Also on show are two different Mazda3 sedans, as well as the Grand-Am GT Mazda RX-8. The SpeedSource Grand Am GT Mazda RX-8 is based on a tube-frame chassis jointly developed by SpeedSource and Riley Technologies, and powered by Mazda's three-rotor 20B Renesis rotary engine--a significantly more powerful unit than the smaller 13B engine used in the regular RX-8 sports car.  

Hit page two to get a complete run down of each car.

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