Nissan’s new kei cars get a Mitsubishi-developed platform and 51 HP, 0.66-liter turbocharged engine.
Both Mitsubishi eK models share the platform with Nissan’s Dayz and Dayz Highway Star.
The jointly developed kei cars will be offered with a CVT transmission and optional all-wheel drive.
Test cars of the next-generation Nissan Dayz kei car were spotted in Spain.
Toyota Gazoo Racing helped Daihatsu build the hottest Copen yet, though it’s still a concept.
Mugen’s styling accessories give more attitude to Japan’s popular Honda models.
A Suzuki Jimny pickup would make little practical sense but who wouldn’t want one?.
Who cares it only packs a 0.66-liter three-cylinder engine, this thing looks absolutely bonkers.
As with all Honda S660 models, the new special edition debuting at the Tokyo Auto Salon is only available in Japan.
It will launch next year in Japan in a limited production run of only 200 units.
The retro-styled kit completely transforms the S660 but it’s quite expensive.
This driver seems to defy the laws of physics by avoiding what looked like an inevitable accident.