Suzuki has developed a game called Kizashi Ring of Fire for iPhone and iPad. With this Suzuki has become the first motorcycle manufacturer to develop a gaming platform for iPad and iPhone. Kizashi Ring of Fire is the first racing application to implement brass monkey remote control technology.

Suzuki has also managed to promote their brand through the application. The game features road rips, adventures and rides. The 2011 Suzuki Kizashi SE and Kizashi Sport GTS are also highlighted through this wonderful racing game. Suzuki claims that this will be one of the most exciting racing games people may try this season.

The best thing about this App is that this game is available for iPad and iPhone users free of cost, all one needs to do is download this wonderful application from the App store. With this launch, Suzuki is also promoting its all new Kizashi Sports Sedan and the company’s intercontinental road trip from Tokyo to L.A.

Speaking on the App, Mr. Jeff Holland (Public Relations, America Suzuki) said that this Ring of Fire App offers users to virtually experience racing the all new kizashi Sports Sedan on four different tracks including Tokyo to L.A. This Ring of Fire is a single player racing game wherein the iPad and iPhone can try their hands on four different tracks viz. Tokyo, Siberia, Alaska and Los Angeles.

Brass Monkey technology used in the App enables users to go on-line and compete with players across the world. Suzuki is already excited about the new game developed by them. The officials say that this App is going to take their brand value up high. All one can say is, Suzuki has rocked it with advanced mechanics, amazing features and also found a great way to promote them.

Suzuki is planning to showcase this wonderful App at the various Auto shows in 2011. The shows include Philadelphia International Auto Show (Jan. 29 – Feb. 6, 2011), Chicago Auto Show (Feb. 9 – 20, 2011), Denver Auto Show (March 30 – April 3, 2011) and New York International Auto Show (April 20 – May 1, 2011). Well, we can just hope that this marks a beginning of new era wherein motorcycle manufacturers collaborate with the technology to make their products look even better. Lastly, Bike Advice congratulates Suzuki for their new application.

– Atul Sharma