Mazda 3 sedan is a Turquoise Low Rider in China
Published on February 2, 2015 by Joey Wang
A very mean Mazda 3 sedan, Spotted in China at the Goldenport race track in Beijing. The good Mazda is wrapped in an eye snoozing turquoise wrap, and further maaz’d up with a full-round body kit, darkened windows, darkened headlights, sun visors on the side windows, a black B-pillar, a roof rack with a box, extra wide tires with white ten-spoke alloys and Pink tire valve caps, and lowered suspension for that low riding feeling.
How low can you go? Lowered to the max-Mazda. Brakes are in turquoise too. Side indicator in black. Shark fin antenna on the roof and a subtle spoiler at the boot. Box seems to small for skis but big enough for skate boards, which is the hipper sort of sport anyway. The wrap is of good quality and was neatly extended over the bumpers, mirrors, and doorhandles; the holy trinity of a proper wrap.
Blackened taillights and a large exhaust pipe on the left.
The first generation Mazda 3 was and is a very popular car in China. It was manufactured by the Changan-Mazda joint venture and production continued all the way until May 2014. Time now for our Famous First Generation Mazda 3 Sedan in China Collection: red body kit, shiny yellow, turquoise, Pink, matte black, maybe Benz, Lambo-doors, big wing.