Mini cars keep getting better and better. In the USA, we've now got smart, the Chevy Spark, and the Scion IQ. All are head turners, perfect grocery getters, and just nimble enough for short highway road trips.

These are cars with bigger personalities than their size implies. In Japan, the character becomes monstrous. Honda's just dropped the details on its new N-One, first introduced in 1967 and now equipped with all sorts of solid details and a pretty decent power train. The Japanese are the masters of the Kei car, and we'd be lying if we said we weren't envious of others ability to give this little wonder a spin.

[via Autoblog]

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