Mazda has announced plans to introduce a number of customized vehicles at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

Mazda has announced plans to introduce a number of customized vehicles at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

First up, there will be a CX-5 with an exclusive paint job, matte black wheels and a reduced ride height.

Moving on, the Biante GRANZ has been equipped with a Kenstyle body kit, an upgraded interior and 20-inch alloy wheels.

There will also be a couple of modified Demios (Mazda2). The first model has an aerodynamic body kit, while the other features a bespoke cabin with synthetic suede seats and high-gloss trim.

A tweaked Axela (Mazda3) will also be shown with modified bumpers, a roof-mounted spoiler, leather seats and piano black trim.

The Black Tuned MX-5 boasts BBS wheels, Bilstein dampers, Brembo brakes and Recaro seats. On the other hand, the race-spec MX-5 Jimba-Ittai is equipped with a sport-tuned suspension, high-performance brakes and 16-inch alloy wheels with Bridgestone tires.

Lastly, the company will display an RX-8 Spirit R Edition with Brembo brakes, a reduced ride height and 20-inch BBS alloy wheels.

Check out the press release for additional information

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