Mitsubishi i-Car – they made a hello kitty version…

Mitsubishi i-Car – they made a hello kitty version…

A light green i-Car is my transport du jour. It’s a mid-engined rear wheel drive city car made by Mitsubishi. Now, I was OK with the fact that it’s a bit in the mode of ‘Japanese female teenager’ – you have to take the rough with the smooth – but, I’ve now found out that there was a Hello Kitty version. Fellow blogger Jeska from Tone magazine has a Hello Kitty fetish and I’m sure that once she reads this she’ll be in my passenger seat begging for a ride faster than you can say ‘660cc turbo.’

The Hello Kitty version was decked out in pink with Princess Kitty branding, and a matching interior. Nice. Here’s what it looked like.

hello kitty car

A light green i-Car is my transport du jour. It’s a mid-engined rear wheel drive city car made by Mitsubishi. Now, I was OK with the fact that it’s a bit in the mode of ‘Japanese female teenager’ – you have to take the rough with the smooth – but, I’ve now found out that there was a Hello Kitty version. Fellow blogger Jeska from Tone magazine has a Hello Kitty fetish and I’m sure that once she reads this she’ll be in my passenger seat begging for a ride faster than you can say ‘660cc turbo.’

The Hello Kitty version was decked out in pink with Princess Kitty branding, and a matching interior. Nice. Here’s what it looked like.

hello kitty car

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