Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
Looking for the perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day in Japan? The first thing you need to know is that the Japanese don't celebrate February 14 like we do in the West. For them, it's an occasion for women to buy men chocolate and other chocolate-related gifts. Like this chocolate-themed car from luxury chocolatier/jeweler Q-Pot.
Designed by Q-Pot's foudner Tadaaki Wakamutsu, this special-edition Smart ForTwo has gotten a thorough chocolate-themed paint job to celebrate the holiday, and is available for order at 2.36 million yen – a considerable premium over the standard 1.84 million yen price tag on a Smart ForTwo in Japan.