The car is a distinct rarity and a definite future classic considering they only made 75 of them. It was never really intended to be a volume model any way. Without a windshield, driving this thing at speed without some kind of head protection would make for a very motorcycle-eque experience. Though, in a car like this, you’d probably be better suited with some vintage goggles and leather driving gloves. Hey, if it’s good enough for Stirling Moss himself, it’s good enough for me.
The car has been prepared by Japanese aftermarket firm, Office-K. They’re better known in the drifting scene for their Keiichi Tsuchiya approved drifting suspension, but they’ve been expanding into the luxury sphere as well. The wheels are Forgiato Pinzettes. Aside from that, the only other modification is the special edition Office-K LED liscence plate light. They like to keep things low-key I guess.