2010 SEMA: Mazda ups the Zoom-Zoom ante

With designs suited for the streets and the track
by Patrick Everett Tadeo | Nov 4, 2010

Mazda takes its Zoom-Zoom DNA even further with a showcase of its aftermarket capabilities and potential at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas.

"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," said Derek Jenkins, design director of Mazda's North American operations.  "Our SEMA cars demonstrate this ability; taking a vehicle from the dealership and making it a truly unique piece."

Check out the photos below and tell us what you think of each car.

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