Mazda3 received a carbon styling from Boxza RacingFebruary 27, 2018
Unknown earlier Asian tuning company Boxza Racing demonstrated its latest project – hatchback Mazda3 with a carbon aerodynamic body kit.
The appearance of the hatchback Mazda3 was completely changed, first of all, by installing an unpainted hood of carbon fiber with an air intake hole in the center. The tuner also used a whole set of new body elements. Among them, we can note a new front bumper with a wide splitter, a radiator grille, carbon front fenders with air ducts, side skirts, a rear bumper Mad Project with an increased diffuser and a rear wing on the trunk door.
A portion of the carbon also fell into the engine compartment. It is made of a decorative cover for the engine and a protective cover for the air filter. Also in the photos it is seen that the car is most likely equipped with a system for supplying nitrous oxide to the engine.
Another car Mazda3 received the exhaust system MPS Sport Premium Tail, a new set of light alloy wheels and suspension on the coilovers, allowing you to adjust the ground clearance.
Earlier it became known that the company Mazda is developing a new line and engines Skyactiv-3, which in terms of emissions of harmful substances can compete with electric vehicles. New engines will be installed on the Mazda3.