In case you are unfamiliar with these quirky little kei cars, let's begin with a very quick explanation. They are mini cars with a maximum engine capacity of 660cc that account for a huge proportion of the market share in Japan. They are a maximum of 3.40 meters long and 1.47 meters wide. Kei car owners in Japan are exempt from the requirement for a parking certificate, which must be presented when buying a car in order to prove ownership of a suitable parking space. The kei car reimagined: in contrast to the standard model, the GR Sport has a more aggressive frontage. What's more, Daihatsu has incorporated a firmer chassis as well as RECARO sports seats and 16-inch forged wheels.