No doubt due to concerns about cost and fuel economy, mini-cars in Japan continue to be top sellers, and Toyota’s recent decision to hire 800 temporary workers in a bid to keep up with demand for the Prius proves that even when an elfin form isn’t a factor, fuel efficiency is.
Yet that said, this quest for compactness and economy can sometimes go too far, as although a convertible, the contraption below looks uncomfortable to say the least. And cool doesn’t even come into it.
Plus whatever make it may be, although it’s probably not a Honda,
it’s hand luggage only along with potentially perilous situations aplenty.
I think it has pedals.
Haha! Love the indicators!!
very nice car!
It looks like a toy car. I would not want to drive that on a Los Angeles freeway.
I’m surprised it’s street-legal.
sunny days are the best days for this iron stallion. take that cover off and let your hair blow as the good Lord intended…..or as I intend to do.
table for one please.
I was wondering about the old BAR Honda formula one truck?