Are you a heavy power kind of gearhead, or can you appreciate what is the automotive equivalent of a go-kart on steroids with a license plate on the back tearing around with a manic powerplant in the tail end? That’s exactly what you are looking at here: it’s a 1983 Mini, powered by a mill raided from Suzuki’s wicked Hayabusa street bike. With 1,000 pounds to push around, 240 horsepower quits sounding like the base model and starts to sound like nothing short of a riot, doesn’t it? Sure, you’ll have to fold to fit, and Day-Glo green ain’t for everybody, but if you can’t find a way to enjoy this screaming little rocket, you aren’t trying hard enough. I might injure myself in the process, but I would do my best to fit behind the wheel to give this little meanie a shot!