Suzuki Cappuccino with a SR20VE

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

The Suzuki Cappuccino is a small roadster built to qualify as a Kei car. The car came from the factory with a 657 cc (0.7 L) DOHC inline-three that produced 63 horsepower. However this Cappuccino in Poland went to Funo Auto Tuning to have its heart replaced with a 2.0 L Nissan SR20VE inline-four and manual transmission. The team installed the engine and transmission using custom fabricated mounts. They also build a custom intake and installed the wiring harness. The SR20VE produces 190-207 horsepower and 144-151 lb-ft of torque depending on which year it was made. The engine was tuned by Coobcio using a Ecumaster DET3 piggyback ECU and produced 172 hp and 156 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. In the end the Nissan inline-four only ended up weighing 13 kg (28.6 lb) more than the factory Suzuki engine.

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Suzuki Cappuccino with a 2.0 L SR20VE inline-four

Source: Funo Auto Tuning and Coobcio Garage via Piotr

7 thoughts on “Suzuki Cappuccino with a SR20VE”

  1. Is this car still running? Being used?
    I’d like to see some footage of it driving or on a track somewhere! 👍
    Also, maybe some more details on the work that was done and how they got the gearbox to fit?

    1. Just these few videos, no more.
      Wonder if something happened to the car?
      Would love to know if it is still running.

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