...or rather, 1:100 Eunos Roadster.
Nearly a decade ago, I travelled with some friends to Osaka, Japan — for a Hot Wheels convention, of all things. I'll admit I've only recently become obsessed with diecast mini-things, so on that trip, I eschewed the Hot Wheels convention and opted to explore the city instead.
But I soon discovered that convenience store beverages often came with a free trinket of some sort, and thus I drank many a bottled beverage. My lone automotive freebie: this tiny Miata. Given the myriad safety warnings on American toys these days, these 1:100 scale Kyosho cars need not worry anyone — I suspect they're small enough to pass through the digestive tracts of toddlers and terriers painlessly.
But check out the detail! Precision-painted lights, reasonably accurate interior, and even little rubber tires.
Pah, you say. 1:100 can't be that small.
See here, with a Hot Wheels Harley — yeah, it's that small.
You can find all sorts of these Kyoshos on eBay, but at roughly $10 each with shipping, my frugal self balks at buying something the Japanese can snag for free... although I may have three or four in my cart right now...