A Suzuki Cappuccino With An Extra Shot


Since 1949, kei cars have provided the Japanese population with a cost-effective means of transportation. These days, one third of new vehicle sales in Japan are ultra-compact cars, vans and pickups from the kei class. While the rules for the class have evolved since the early days, a restriction on dimensions, engine capacity and a gentleman’s agreement on power output have always remained in effect.

While the majority of kei cars are designed around practicality and economy, the early ’90s brought with it a trio of kei sports cars: the Autozam AZ1, Honda Beat and Suzuki Cappuccino. Each provided different

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