Driving a HUMMER in Japan seems about as practical as piloting an Chevy Kodiak in the urban canyons of Manhattan. It's just not optimal. Solution? Take Honda's pint-sized pillbox on wheels, the Crossroad
, and HUMMERize it. That's what Okada Enterprise (Motto: "We supplied high quality cars") has gone and done for Japanese drivers looking to add more macho to their micro. That is, if macho means a HUMMER-style grille, abundant chrome trim, gaudy wheels, and (our favorite) a backwards-reading
"HUMMER H4" decal on the driver's side. The upside? The Crossroad-turned-HUMMER stands little chance of getting vandalized by intolerant eco-weenies. More photos of the various accessories are in the gallery below, and the Okada video promoting the kit is embedded after the jump.