On the stateside, Toyota might not be able to brake on the downward slide of losing consumers (or in real life for that matter), but in Europe, the Japanese car maker has made its super mini, the iQ, quite irresistible to girls and those with a sweet tooth. While Toyota may not be the first to partner up with a luxury label as Citroen had previously worked with Yves Saint Laurent, Mini had worked with Agent Provocateur, Fiat with Diesel...and so forth, a partnership with luxury Belgian chocolatier, Neuhaus is a ground-breaker. The super mini, iQ, has been outfitted in two delicious colorways, Chocolate Brown and Cream Butter, and each car comes with corresponding interior colors and special badging. In terms of specs, they carry the same 1.0L VVT engine like the base model iQ, but are only 1,700 euros more than the base model. Perhaps the tastiest car yet, the iQ N-Collection is sadly only available in Germany.