The Suzuki Lapin might not be essentially the most fascinating automobile from the manufacturing unit, however this specific instance not too long ago noticed in Japan seems to be a bit totally different.
The Lapin has been produced by Suzuki for the Japanese market since 2002 and is a five-door hatchback kei automobile powered by a tiny 657 cc inline three-cylinder engine. It has a boxy form and doesn’t look dissimilar to the Nissan Cube. This specific Lapin, nevertheless, is in contrast to another we’ve seen up to now.
Discovered on the entrance of the automobile are the compact kidney grilles from what seems to be to be an E30-generation BMW 3-Series. As well as, the twin square-shaped headlights of the Lapin have been changed by 4 spherical headlights to additional add to the BMW seems to be. The automobile can be sitting on a set of 14-inch wheels from the E30.
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It’s not simply the E30 3-Series that this Suzuki Lapin reminds us of; if not for the BMW grille and badge, the mixture of the entrance grille and the headlights is considerably harking back to the entrance fascia of the Lancia Delta Integrale.
This Lapin has benefited from a sequence of different upgrades. For instance, it encompasses a distinctive new entrance bumper, the journey top has been lowered and a delicate, black chin spoiler has additionally been fitted up entrance.