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Despite their keenness to export, some of Japan’s best cars never made it to Europe – at least, not officially. Some pre-date the export drive, some were only built in tiny numbers and others they just didn’t think we’d like. It’s a pity; some of these cars are technological marvels, and they all directly refute Japan’s reputation for building boring cars.

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by Ben Oliver

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About Ben Oliver

Ben Oliver, 35, is contributing editor on CAR magazine. He also writes about cars and business for the Mail on Sunday in the UK, and for major magazines and newspapers around the world. He lives in London and Sussex with his partner Victoria, his elderly lurcher and nine old bicycles.

  • Geominceur

    That is so awesomely ugly it's brilliant! Would I drive one - oh yes! would I swap it for my MG ZS180 - perhaps not!