Another interesting vehicle Mazda has come up with for next Tokyo Auto Salon is this tricked-out 2012 Mazda3.
Known as the Axela in Japan, this special version is based on the 2012 facelift Mazda3 featuring the highly acclaimed 2.0-liter gasoline engine Skyactiv. It showcases the car’s customization potential with factory parts.
The ingredients of the Axela Spor include, on the outside, front air dam skirt, rear bumper, and rear roof spoiler. New dark chrome wheels and blacked-out roof, as well as smoked lights complete the look of this aging, but still interesting-looking car.
Inside the cabin you find leather seat upholstery, door trim and center console all finished in black, with Piano black for the surface of the center panel, meter hoods and door switch panel.