Daihatsu’s Charade looks like a boring econo-box city car. Let us assure you, it isn’t.
Subtle wasn't a word of the 1980s; the less discreet your car, the cooler you were. And nowhere was this clearer than with Chameleon, which stretched, chopped and generally did its best to remove all semblance of taste from the products of the most premium luxury brands. This one was based on the Mercedes SEC.
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Very impressive customasations but I've seen madder cars than these in MSN's earlier car articles. Still nice all the same; quite like the orange BMW; don't often see orange cars nowadays :)
AC Schnitzer generally creates discreet fast road cars for the connoisseur. But every so often it goes a bit mad and creates something rather less subtle. Perhaps the best example is the Z4-based Topster, complete with 450bhp M5 V8 power, built for the 2003 Frankfurt motor show.
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