The Mazda2 is full of Zoom-Zoom in its design. Besides platform buddy Ford Fiesta, the supermini class is mostly made out of more matured designs – the Volkswagen Polo is a good example. Since it already looks racy in stock form (we’re just talking about the hatchback, by the way) the 2 doesn’t need much work to look really hot. These SEMA concepts – Evil Track and Street – show some possibilities.
The grey Evil Track car was envisioned as a fully equipped car for series racing and was inspired by the Evil concept from last year’s LA show. Besides race-inspired graphics, the Evil Track sports a Mazda Design body kit, including side skirts, front and rear air-dam and carbon fibre rear deck spoiler. Mods include H&R race suspension and coil over kit, AWR full custom safety cage, Sparco Circuit pro seat, steering wheel, safety harness and fire system, AIM MXL Pista data acquisition system, race-tuned Magna-flow exhaust, 949 6UL 15×9 lightweight wheels and 225/45 Hoosier race rubber.
The Mazda2 Street meanwhile is a “streetwise, urban sport inspired version” of the B-segment hatch. It uses the same lightweight wheels as the Evil Track but with Toyo Proxes RA-1 R-compound tyres. Aesthetics are enhanced through the use of a light gray, superfine metallic body color and matte graphic accents.
“The versatility of Mazda vehicles is extraordinary. With just minor modifications to a stock Mazda, it can be ready for the track or a car show. Our SEMA cars demonstrate this ability; taking a vehicle from the dealership and making it a truly unique piece,” said Derek Jenkins, director design, Mazda North America.
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