Hey! Remember the really cool car I showed you yesterday? What do you mean you didn’t notice it? It was right here!
Honestly, I don’t know why I bother. Actually, I do. It’s fun. I don’t do it for the recognition of strangers on the internet. Fortunately...
So, given that I was looking at an NSX, I thought I would just check if there was another interesting one out there in Japan-land. Of course there is! Let’s check it out:
This one is a lot less mechanically extreme than yesterday’s example. It has some Type R chassis parts, and the engine cover proclaims it to be a bit Mugen-y. However, I can’t find any description in the Japanese to lead me to believe it’s developing much more power than standard.
The USP of this vehicle is the body. It’s a one-off aluminium widebody. Because of course it is. Why bother getting some composite parts made up when you can craft it all in alloy?
Extraordinary workmanship, and you definitely don’t want to misjudge your parking movements.
Inside the engine bay, you can see the roll cage transitioning through the bulkhead by way of holes in the replacement acrylic screen:
Rear visibility with the hood down might be a little restricted, though:
Much like everything else on the car, the mirrors are wild:
The full ad is here:
Oh, and I did try some Google translation where I could, just in case I could find out something interesting. This is what I found out:
Birdie club made full tap type vehicle harmony!
So, that’s good...