Suzuki Equator

Suzuki Equator
Fresh off the heels of our joint Tokyo to LA - The Hard Way adventure, Suzuki is setting its sights on Las Vegas' SEMA Show. The unofficial "biggest little car company" will bring three models to showcase the brand's aftermarket potential.
2010 Suzuki Kizashi Bonneville Front
 ASMC 2010 Suzuki Kizashi Bonneville SpecialThis ain't your run-of-the-mill family sedan. Designed and crafted by Advanced Product Engineering, the fully built and modified Kizashi recently ran a record-breaking 203.301 mph at this year's Bonneville Speed Week. To accomplish this feat, engineers boosted power to well over 500 horsepower with help of a massive Turbonetics turbocharger bolted onto a highly reworked engine (with upgraded internals, cooling, fuel, and lubrication systems). Of course, safety is a priority when travelling this fast, so the team installed a rollcage, aluminum rear bulkhead, racing seat, harness, window net, and fire suppression system.
2010 Suzuki Kizashi Delta Tech Rear
 Delta Tech Engineering Kizashi
From a company best known for its lighting products comes this stylish four-door. Modifications include an RKSport body kit, lowered Koni coilover suspension, intake and exhaust systems, and Katzkin leather. Of course, there's also a full LED and high intensity discharge light conversion.
2010 Suzuki Equator Icon Front Three Quarters
 Icon Vehicle Dynamics Equator
As we know from our intercontinental journey, the Equator is one tough rig, particularly off-road on unpredictable terrain. But to Icon, the truck is a perfect starting point for a SEMA build, and as such, this rugged ride sports freer flowing headers and exhaust, Icon coilovers, Total Chaos upper control arms, Goodyear Wrangler MT/R tires, beadlock wheels, fender flares, and a bed extender.

Suzuki Equator
Suzuki Equator
 Suzuki Equator
Suzuki Equator
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