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Mazda does have an official presence at the SEMA Show with several hopped-up versions of the new Mazda2, but the nicest modified example of the Japanese automaker's entry-level hatchback has got to be at the H&R Springs booth.

Sporting a 3D Carbon body kit and rear spoiler as well as some graphics along the side, this Mazda2 looks ready for the track thanks to some tiny Enkei J-speed wheels in a 15-inch fitment. And helping the hatch sit low on its rollers is an H&R Springs Street Performance Coilover kit.

With the stock 2 already quite a nimble ride thanks to its ultra-low curb weight, we'd really like to hit the auto-x with this H&R Springs car.

More: SEMA 2010: H&R Springs Mazda2 Looks Track-Ready on AutoGuide.com
 

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I just saw the post on the Mazda 2 Evil Track and now this. I really hope we start seeing more Mazda 2's at the auto-x course. Lets go show those Mini Coopers how its done. ;)
 

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SEMA always brings out the best tuner cars. I wonder if we could actually purchase all those parts to put on our Mazda 2. It would be nice if it was possible for a regular person to build one of these.
 
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