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2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi

2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi
2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi

As one of the first custom builders to recognize the potential of Suzuki’s vehicles, the presence of Road Race at SEMA comes as no surprise. Given the Kizashi platform’s promise – and the fluid, almost organic sheet metal clothing it – Road Race supplies its own very unique take on Kizashi.

2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi
2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi
2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi
2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi
2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi
2010 Road Race Motorsport Platinum Edition Kizashi

SEMA visitors can enjoy Road Race’s Sport Body kit exterior which employs Carbontrix custom bumpers, rear spats and diffuser. Road Race has crafted a custom grill, vented hood and made the Suzuki Kizashi its own ‘Platinum Edition’ graphics and a blackened roof. These visual modifications are supported by a platform perfectly suited to Las Vegas Motor Speedway or a high-speed drive on I-15 (what happens in Vegas doesn’t have to stay in Vegas…).

Progress Technology provided the sport springs and front and rear sway bars. Road Race installed its own chassis stiffeners, and Rotora brings the custom Kizashi to a stop with 330mm slotted rotors up front, supplemented by Road Race’s own 260mm slotted rotors in the rear. Under the vented hood, the sweetness continues with a proprietary custom intake system, Zeitronix ZT-2 data logging system and Road Race engine management. The modifications are concealed – until ignition – by a painted-to-match engine cover, and announced by Road Race’s own ‘Integrated Sport’ dual exhaust system.

Photo Credit: © Road Race Motorsport
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  1. Nice. I knew Road Race had a Kizashi in the works. I preemptively started an owners club for the car. The link is in my name. It sounds like the car hit show rooms in Japan early this week, and are expected to be seen state side within the next few weeks.


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