Suzuki Kizashi Ring of Fire iPhone Game

Now that the technology allows us, why not experiment the things we are considering to buy before we actually go to the store, or dealership, as the case may be? With all the smartphones and computers at our disposal, how can we not enjoy the product before making a decision?

For those of you who were considering to purchase a Kizashi model from Suzuki, than this toy here might be just the thing you needed to make up your mind. Suzuki announced today the launch of the Kizashi Ring of Fire Game, an iPhone and iPad app designed to bring a bit of the Suzuki your at your fingertips.

Based on the Brass Monkey remote control technology (a first for the commercial racing game world), the Kizashi Ring of Fire allows you to take the car to one of four locations (Tokyo, Siberia, Alaska and Los Angeles) and put either a Kizashi SE or a Kizashi Sport GTS through their paces.

"The Kizashi Ring of Fire racing game app offers consumers a virtual opportunity to experience the Kizashi sport sedan on four tracks inspired by the adventurous Tokyo to L.A. road trip," said Jeff Holland, associate director of public relations and social media of American Suzuki.

"Suzuki's new app further positions the company as an innovator in the digital space among other automakers, and is a great download for those receiving iPhones and iPads this holiday season."

To download the app, you can go the usual location App Store and type in Suzuki Kizashi in the search box.
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