This car papercraft is from shinkeiseiliners. The Suzuki Alto Lapin is a retro-styled Kei car with a 5-door hatchback body, manufactured since 2002 by Suzuki for the Japanese market only, and also marketed in Japan only by Mazda as Mazda Spiano under an OEM agreement under their Autozam marque. It is based on Suzuki's popular Alto kei car.
The Lapin has a very distinctive, boxy shape, that apparently proved popular with female buyers. The name "Lapin" stems from the French word for "rabbit", and the car sports rabbit-head badges. The Mazda version has differences concerning some styling details, including a different front end.
The car is powered by the Suzuki's K6A kei car engine, in either naturally aspirated (40 kW / 54 hp) or turbocharged (44 kW / 60 hp) versions, available with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The default transmission is a 4-speed automatic, with a 5-speed manual available in turbo versions.