With the 2013 SEMA Show kicking off in a week, Mazda has released some teasers of its project cars heading to Las Vegas this year.
Though the Japanese automaker didn’t release any details on the modified projects heading to this year’s SEMA Show, it appears that Mazda will be represented with at least a pair of custom Mazda3 and Mazda6 cars.
Known to be conservative with its presence at SEMA, the project cars reflect Mazda’s mantra of being functional and stylish without going over-the-top. Each vehicle will undoubtedly feature suspension upgrades along with a subtle body kit and new wheels and tires. As with most automakers’ goal at SEMA, Mazda will give enthusiasts an idea of what could be done when it comes to customizing the new Mazda3 and Mazda6 models.
GALLERY: Mazda 2013 SEMA Show Projects
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