Kei cars are a class of miniature cars that were invented in Japan 70 years ago. With a catastrophic shortage of parking space and tight city streets, these small but functional cars have become incredibly popular. The segment is still flourishing, and the characteristics of the cars are limited by very specific requirements: the length is no more than 3.4 meters, the engine capacity is no more than 660 cubic centimeters, the power is no more than 64 horsepower. Because of this, most of the kei cars of different brands look quite similar, but you shouldn't think that there is no variety in the segment! We found some unusual - and very different! - key cars that can be bought on Automotive News right now.
The word hustler has many meanings in English, but most of them are not the most flattering: a swindler, a swindler, a sharpie, a womanizer, and even a pimp. It's hard to believe that this is the word Suzuki chose for their kei-car: just look how cute! Its 658 cc motor produces 52 or 64 horsepower, depending on the modification, and works in tandem with a variator. The body length does not exceed 3.4 meters, and the width is less than one and a half meters.