Think the cute-and-cuddly Honda S660 is too plain? Honda tuner Mugen clearly had you in mind when it designed the Mugen Garu, a custom concept based on the kei roadster.

Debuting at the ongoing 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon, the Garu looks at home alongside the rest of the extroverted machinery at Japan’s premier tuner exhibition, with its widebody stance and rather outlandish detailing. The company says that all of the car’s body panels are bespoke except the windows, and it shows.

At the front, the LED headlights have been made even slimmer, while the wide, smiley grille has been substituted for a narrower, more aggressive one – the overall look appears to be a cross between the CR-Z and the Bugatti Chiron.

The wheel arches have been bulked up and fitted with massive machined wheels within, while a roof scoop has also been added. The simple rear features only the S660’s LED tail lights (flipped upside down) and a triangular centre exhaust.

No mechanical details have been mentioned, but the original Honda S660 comes with a mid-mounted S07A 660 cc turbocharged DOHC three-cylinder engine pushing out 64 hp and 104 Nm of torque, sent to the rear wheels via either a CVT or a six-speed manual transmission.

Too outlandish? Maybe the Honda S660 Mugen RA is more your style…