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When you think modified rides, Scion is usually one of the first brands that springs to mind.
We've seen the Kogi xD before at the 2009 SEMA show with its built-in grille, refrigerator, and working sink. Talk about meals on wheels!
The Five Axis DJ xB is also a familiar face in Scion's booth, featuring an array of music-centric modifications that make it a rolling party.
What we initially thought was a lit dance floor is actually a DJ platform, complete with Pioneer turntables and mixers.
Over at Suzuki's booth, the new Kizashi was getting some much needed tuner love. This Rockford-Fosgate-branded model features the expected array of high-power audio equipment.
The RoadRace Platinum edition Kizashi takes a slightly different approach to modding.
This model features upgraded suspension and drivetrain components for better speed and performance.
Putting the platinum in Platinum edition is this metallic silver paint that is continued in the cabin on these racing bucket seats.
A short throw shifter with a custom knob and an alcantara dashboard add a bit of style to this performance-oriented sedan.
Tucked in the back of Mazda's booth was this racing Mazda3 sedan. A stripped interior and full roll cage are the monikers of a serious racing machine.
However, Mazda's focus at the LA Auto Show was on the smaller Mazda2. The automaker brought a number of examples of the compact, including this performance concept.
H&R springs, uprated wheels and tires, and an array of Mazdaspeed accessories hint at the tuning potential of the small Mazda2 chassis.
Ford demonstrated the customization options available for the new Fiesta with this red example. Rally stripes and wheels by Works are small changes that make a huge difference in the Fiesta's appearance.
Also on hand was this Fiesta Rallycross, which is piloted in an assortment of off-road events--including the X-Games and at Pike's Peak.
Inside the Fiesta Rallycross is all business with a complete roll cage and carbon fiber panels blocking off the holes where the cabin tech used to reside. There'll be no Syncing this ride.
Yokohama had this Porsche GT racer on display to promote its new green performance tires.
This race prepped 911 GT3 was built by Porsche Design and displayed in the back of Porsche's own booth.
Mitsubishi's shark-like Lancer Evolution was on prominent display at the Japanese automaker's booth.
Meanwhile down in the exotics hall, SMS Supercars had a pair of SMS 570 Challengers. One of which (the 570X) makes 700 horsepower through the addition of an SMS supercharger.
Acura displayed its continued pride in and commitment to its American LeMans Series efforts with the Acura XM no.26 ALMS car.