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While browsing through some old pictures of our trip to Tokyo Auto Salon back in 2009, I stumbled on to one picture that caught my eye amongst the endless sea of JDM goodness.
From Maziora Japan -- "Maziora is...the polarizing paint with beautiful color shift as if by magic. The Color has the various expressions depending on the viewing angle or light reflection. It also exaggerates the shape of object itself. This beautiful color shift deeply fascinates many people, and MAZIORA is supported by those who flourish in the forefront of racing, music, interior, art, and more." Gotta love the Japanese styled English translation!
Maziora color changing paint is widely known across Japan and is used on a number of different motorsport cars. At TAS 09, Maziora debuted an Evo X featuring their trademark color-changing scheme - and here are a few full shots of the Evo X in front of Monster Sport Japan.
What's interesting as well, is that Maziora paint isn't limited to full cars -- they can do custom items as well, check out this Saxophone that underwent the Maziora treatment!
I'm excited to one day see this done to an Evo here in the states -- I think with the right Aero pieces and wheel fitment, it could definitely be pulled off. Not to mention the truly one of a kind paint finish! What do you guys think? What are some other one-off items would you like to see done in Maziora paint?
I didn't realize it was a branding or style or whatever. A local just sold a set of those Bride seats and while they looked great, there is no way my 4-year old is going to be kicking the back of a $1,000+ driver seat!