This is the Toyota Aygo Crazy. This is not, contrary to appearance, the work of an over-ambitious Dagenham teenager with ready access to the Halfords catalogue and a glue gun. No, this is an official Toyota concept.
Toyota describes the Aygo Crazy as 'a unique machine that has been developed from the start to deliver no-holds-barred maximum driving pleasure'.
It is, in other words, no idle bodykit: this pumped up Aygo is fitted with a 1.8-litre VVTi petrol engine developing 197bhp - that's Civic Type R power in something approximately the size of a shoe.
You'll have spotted the massive carbon fibre rear wing and over-inflated arches sitting over 17-inch alloys, and the Aygo is similarly unsubtle on the inside: full roll cage, four-point safety harnesses... oh, and a complete lack of any driver aids. Aygo sideways.
Toyota says that the Aygo Crazy is a one-off model, and that there are no plans to put it into production. Is it wrong that we really want them to build it?