Mazda has introduced seven tuned models that will make its public debut during the Tokyo Auto Salon

Mazda has introduced seven tuned models that will make its public debut during the Tokyo Auto Salon.

Not to be confused with the Tokyo Motor Show, the show is a tuning and aftermarket exhibition in the capital of Japan that will take place between January 9th and 11th next year.

Mazda will bring the track version of the MX-5 roadster that was revealed back in November this year. The racing version of the model is powered by a four-cylinder 2.0-liter SKYACTIV-G engine.

Next is a lowered version of the CX-3 SUV that comes with a modified front bumper and new side skirts, as well as new black alloy wheels with red brake calipers. The Mazda2 (Demio in Japan) has also received the same body kit as the CX-3 and will be presented as the Demio Racing Concept.

The Mazda3 (Axela in Japan) will be shown in hatchback and sedan versions with both featuring new side sills, wheels, front bumper and a distinctive color scheme. The hatch is finished in white, while the sedan has a red paint with grey stripes.

Last but not least, the Mazda6 (Atenza in Japan) and the CX-5 have received black paint, some brushed details and new dark grey alloy wheels. 

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