Daily demonstrations at 11am, free with admission!

On Display Now Through March 11th, 2024

In the years following World War II, the Japanese government established the kei jidōsha (or simply “kei”) class of small, inexpensive cars. Manufacturers began to produce cheap, economical, and fuel-efficient vehicles that were taxed and insured at a lower rate. These new kei-class cars helped Japan get back on the road to recovery. From the early cars of Honda and Subaru, to the turbocharged 1990s, and even a few modern kei cars, come and explore Lane Motor Museum’s quirky collection of kei cars, the unofficial automobile of Japan!