Suzuki Kizashi Bonneville Special – Photos, Specifications, Reviews

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Suzuki has announced the version named, Kizashi Bonneville in 2011. The automaker is bringing three cars out to the Las Vegas convention center: A Kizashi modified by Delta Tech Engineering, an Equator pickup truck customized by ICON Vehicle Dynamics, and the salt flats-blasting, 203-mph Kizashi Bonneville Special. The Suzuki Kizashi Bonneville Special is a joint effort between American Suzuki Motor Corporation and Road & Track, to capture the blown gas coupe record out at the salt flats.

Maruti Suzuki Kizashi has broken the land speed record in the Blown Gas Coupe category with an average speed of 203.720 MPH in two runs. The car is called as the 2010 Suzuki Kizashi Bonneville Special since the car was heavily tweaked in order to bear the extreme conditions at the Bonneville Salt Flat during the test runs. The following modifications which order to make the car are:- SCTA-approved roll cage, an aluminum bulkhead in the rear, racing seat, seat harnesses and window net.

The engine also featured several modifications making the car transform into a rocket ready to get through the earth’s atmosphere:- a turbonetics turbocharger for 16 pounds extra boost, a new ACT clutch and pressure plate, a scatter shield, a new drain fitting, new 3.5-inch exhaust
full synthetic 5W-20 racing oil from Lucas Oil for high rpm turbo motor, steel wheels seam welded, speed-specific 15×7-inch Goodyear Front Runner. and most importantly a Parachute to bring down the car to lower speeds.

Specifications

* Overall length: 183.1 inches
* Overall Width: 71.7 inches
* Engine: 2.4 liter, four cylinder, DOHC 16-valve engine
* Horsepower: 500 hp @ 7000 rpm wheels
* Torque: 420 lb.-ft. @ 5100 rpm
* Transmission, Manual: Six-speed manual transmission
* Brakes: Front ventilated disc brakes / Rear disc brakes
* Estimated EPA Fuel Economy: EPA test cycle does not include evaluation of 200 miles per hour

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