Hats off to the tuner who slammed this Suzuki Alto Works, we will award him with the most extreme negative camber we’ve ever seen. This is a whole new fad that has struck the tuning world the past few years, and doesn’t appear to be dying off anytime soon. No matter how ridiculous, it amazes us what some people will do to their cars for a certain look. Let’s just say that this Suzuki takes the cake because we highly doubt anyone can out camber this ridiculous car.
The car and motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki has released a new line of tuning parts for the recently launched Swift hatchback. These aftermarket accessories really give the new Swift an aggressive look with the addition of a custom front fascia, side skirts, roof mounted spoiler, new rear bumper, and vinyl graphics for styling. Suzuki also offers new 17-inch alloy rims wrapped in high performance tires to spruce up the small hatch. Customizations to the interior include an aluminum shift knob, stainless steel door sills, and embroidered floor mats to please the driver. Right now the tuning kit for the Suzuki Swift is available in Germany, and the X-ITE parts are priced from €65 to €620.
Road Race Motorsport has released their own custom tuned version of the Suzuki Kizashi at the 2009 SEMA Show. The Road Race Motorsport Suzuki Kizashi is in the Zeitronix Booth 21212, and features the aftermarket body kit. Parts included in the kit are Carbontrix custom bumpers, rear spats, rear diffuser, custom front grille, and vented hood. Dubbed the ‘Platinum Edition’ the Suzuki tuning received graphics along with a painted black roof. Performance modifications for the suspension include sport springs, custom made chassis stiffeners, and front and rear sway bars.