Toyota doesn't sell the Aygo in the U.S., but it does give us the Yaris. Despite the numerous mechanical differences, having spent some time in the Yaris, it isn't hard to imagine that the Aygo is any less dull to drive.
For Europeans who don't care about cars and need basic transportation, something like the Aygo is perfect for them. It's small, easy to park, reliable, and gets pretty good gas mileage.
The question is, what would happen if you took a practical, sensible car like the Toyota Aygo and turned it into a rear-wheel drive hooligan's car?
Toyota thought that was a great question, so a few years ago, it spent a little over $150,000 (£100,000) to do exactly that.
The resulting vehicle used both the back end and the engine from a Toyota MR2 to create a Frankenstein's monster of a car called the Aygo Crazy. Compared to a stock Aygo, the one-off Aygo Crazy makes nearly three times as much power, cranking out 197 horsepower instead of 68.
It sounds like a perfect project car, but what's it like to drive? The guys at took it for a spin to find out.