photography - Chris Gentle
Kei class warrior
keijidōsha, otherwise known as the Kei Class is Japans answer to overcrowded narrow streets. To encourage people into these sub 660cc cars the Japanese government exempted Kei-Class owners from having to prove they have permanent car parking which is a prerequisite for owning a car in Japanese cities.
Perhaps another optionis to build them so fantasticly awesome like Daniel Pusey's Suzuki Alto. Daniel has converted his car into an All Wheel Drive turbo terrier. Instant power and AWD grip combined with the super low weight make this car more than ideal to tackle tight urban laneways and narrow mountain roads.
High degree of custom metal fabrication, it's not like there are many hypo kits for Alto's on google.
All Wheel Drive conversion makes this Alto like a mini WRX.
Daniel Pusey's the man responsible for this 'Super' suzuki, a man accustomed to working to repairing panels of V8 Super cars. Check him out on his facebook page
Customisation carries right through to the interior, it's all business here with no useless add-ons but those lovely sports seats will keep you where you're meant to be on a tight hair pin corner.
Classy fitment of essential guages
Whats happening and whats cool in the world of custom Street cars.
Hanging out in Japan in a 660cc Kei Car, a video from Mighty Car Mods...
AWD Japanese heroes.