The Mitsubishi Toppo is a light RV (recreational vehicle) produced by Mitsubishi Motors from 1990 to 2001 and derived from their Mitsubishi Minica kei car. The name is derived as a portmanteau of the English "top" (roof) and the Japanese "noppo" (lanky).
Originally named the Minica Toppo, a retro-styled variant was introduced in 1997 called the Mitsubishi Town Bee. Later that year a new generation was launched; it was now referred to as the Mitsubishi Toppo BJ ("Big Joy"). A larger derivative, the Toppo BJ Wide was introduced in 1998. The model was replaced by the new Mitsubishi eK in 2001, before being reintroduced in 2008.