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It is a Suzuki Cappuccino, a tiny two-seat sports car that was manufactured in Japan from 1991 to 1997.
How sporty can a 63 horsepower 657 cc three cylinder car be?
I never drove one, but given that those three cylinders were turbocharged, and the car weighed in at only 725 kg, it probably was pretty much fun to drive.
Or maybe it would have, but Suzuki Canada figured Canadians would not buy a car that looked like you'd need two of them, one for each foot.
I assume this particular example was brought in under Canada's "if it's fifteen years old, you're good to go" rule.
But then, it appears to have British licence plates. The Cappuccino was imported to England for a while, but I can only guess at this car's provenance.
Regardless, the owner of this one can at least be certain of being the only one on his block to be able to put a cappuccino IN his Cappuccino.
That is, if the car even has a cup holder.
He might have to settle for a grande; a venti probably wouldn't fit.