"To put it simply, this is an awesome car. I want to make cars that interest even people who aren't usually interested, including children. I want to create cars that make people say wow, cars that are fun to look at, that are not just pretty cool, but awesome."
This car was presented at Japan's biggest custom car show, the Tokyo Auto Salon 2012. It's based on the Nissan Infiniti Q45, but it's customized with loud features like a red body and large rear spoiler.
The interior is full of carefully selected items that reflect the owner's unique sensibilities. All these items, which are reminiscent of surrealist art, were made by the owner.
"This is called an audio doll. It has speakers and monitors in the chest area as well as other areas, and the doll itself acts as the speaker."
The audio doll can also be removed and used on its own, which frees up the passenger seat for another person.
"These are the instrument panels. They sho the oil level, oil pressure, water temperature, and so on."
The owner, Fumihiro Takeda, has spent over a decade customizing this car, spending over US$260,000 (20 million yen) in the process.
VIDEO Mayumi Special Nissan Infiniti Q45 - Tokyo Auto Salon 2012