Khyzyl Saleem is unequivocally one of the most renowned vehicle concept artists on the planet, lauded for his ultra-idiosyncratic, over-the-top widebody car renders. And while “The Kyza” typically deals in the digital world, the Guildford-based graphic artist has now taken one of his most revered designs and turned it into an actual widebody kit for the third-generation Mazda RX7.
Sold under Saleem’s Live To Offend brand, this elaborate widebody kit is being produced through a collaboration with Canadian custom bodywork outfit, Kingdom Carbon. With the exception of the roof, the kit alters practically every body panel on the rotary-engined Mazda. This includes flared fenders all around and an aggressive front lip and splitter arrangement that feeds into a bespoke hood and a custom set of side skirts. The rear-end of the FD3S RX7 kit features a dual-plane spoiler and vented and flared fenders to accommodate a chunkier set of wheels. Taking inspiration from Khyzyl’s favorite racecar, the 787B, the body kit has also been 3D-developed, ensuring an ultra-precise and seamless fitment. The kit is also being produced in an FRP (fiber-reinforced plastic) construction as well as in a top-shelf all carbon fiber version.
Limited to only 25 units worldwide, the Live To Offend x Kingdom Carbon Mazda FD3S RX7 Widebody Kit is available now, with pricing set at $9,850 for the FRP kit and $17,500 for the carbon fiber version.