A product of the Nihon Automotive Technical School (NATS), this R35 GT-R bodied Suzuki Cappuccino was exhibited at this year's Tokyo Auto Salon and proves that the term "bespoke" isn't always a good thing.
The bodywork is completely custom, but no matter how much fibreglass NATS threw at the 'GT-K', nothing could stop the final result from looking so... rubbish. The GT-R's stongly scultpted lines and muscular styling don't lend themselves quite so well to such a small platform, and NATS's slab-sided take on a pint-sized R35 is - plainly and simply - pretty damn ugly.
Boasting the same 657cc three-pot as the standard Cappuccino, it's probably rather slow as well. A bigger turbo and an upgraded intercooler have been applied, but we doubt such tuning is enough to compensate for the kilos of fibreglass that've been heaped upon this poor lil' Suzuki.
In its current state, the NATS GT-K may be the personal transport of Shiva, but it started out as a lowly Suzuki Cappuccino, and maintains the huge 0.657 liter inline-three, though it gets upgraded with a bigger turbo and an intercooler, bigger brakes, and coilovers. We're pretty certain the NATS GT-K will still be appallingly slow despite the tuning, but that body work will make you want to shoot yourself in the head.
Really, the NATS GT-K is the worst thing we've ever seen offered as a serious product. Now excuse us while we lay down until the nausea passes.