YES! It's a 2005 Mitsubishi Colt Series 2...
It has 2 acres of dashboard and a boot big enough for a packet of biscuits but I'm quite surprised actually, I was expecting to be far more critical of it.
It's 1500cc MIVEC engine produces 78kW and 143nm through a CVT auto-trans who's shifter, oddly enough, is column mounted.
The "handbrake" no longer exists and is now foot operated, sort of like a Mercedes pedal to disengage, except this does both engage and disengage...
Having been a left-foot braker ever since I've had my Legnum I need to get used to using my right foot, I have big feet and my left foot tends to catch the handbrake rather than the footbrake!
Good fuel economy - not sure how big the tank is but I suspect it's 40 or 45L - I've done just over 300km and the needle is just above 1/2 way. That's including my "testing" phases
I've managed to get it to 150km/h but when a gust of wind caught the car as if it was a sail and nearly blew me in front of a truck, I backed off a tad.It has ABS brakes with EBD and they work very well... Did a couple of test runs down my street and car just about endos when you floor the brake pedal.
It also accomodates my 2.02m brother in the back fairly well (with the front seat forward) and he has plenty of headroom. The 4 cup holders (1 in each door) are conveniently placed and can accomodate decent sized drinking vessels.
Downsides - it's woefully slow from a standing start but once it passes 3500rpm and unleashes the "fury" of the MIVEC engine, it can get to 100 in a reasonable amount of time.
It's ugly as sin - especially this "guava" colour...
On the whole though, a fairly decent car - just not for me.
*** The heart of the "beast" ***