16. Suzuki Cappuccino
If you are a fan of Kei cars, Japanese micro automobiles with diminutive dimensions, small engines and lots of fun, now is the time to show it. This is a tiny roadster they built out of aluminum with rear-wheel drive, cramped interiors and small trunks. You probably think that the smallest Japanese convertible is the Mazda Miata. But in fact, the Cappuccino is almost half the size.
The engine only gets 64 HP from a 670 cc three-cylinder unit, but it likes to rev. Thanks to weighing only 1,400 pounds, this car has solid performance and unbelievable driving dynamics. Suzuki produced it in a right-hand-drive configuration for select markets in Asia and Europe with a total production of around 28,000.