After watching this clip no doubt existed in my mind that Shadowrun needs Power Ranger style physads. I expect that they'd just be used by the Japanese government against national-level threats. For example, let's say that a team of shadowrunners was on that mission where they have to abduct the child emperor. First the SWAT team and secondly the military and thirdly 50 ninjas fail to stop the runners. Then it's time to send in Venus Ranger.
Any discussion of Shadowrun never happened unless we have rules and statistics to go with it. Therefore, I present rules for:
Power Ranger Suit
The Power Ranger Suit provides 15/10 protection and furthermore its impact armor rating is not halved for the purpose of resisting elemental damage, acids, and so on, but it costs 1,000,000 nuyen to produce and it must be tailored to an individual's body. Because it's skintight and already comes with an enviro-sealed helmet you cannot layer any additional armor with it except for perhaps a shield or some kind. However, it weighs very little and does not penalize the wearer for having an inadequate Quickness, which makes it very popular among government physads. Since there's no obvious way for someone wearing the suit to speak and be heard whenever someone tries to talk while wearing this suit a macho-sounding dubbed version of their voice will play loudly from their general direction, which makes whispering and nuanced talk impossible. (+1 TN to all social tests involving speech while wearing the suit, not counting whatever else the GM may want to lambast you with for looking like a power ranger)
Since the suits are custom tailored to an individual's body it's not possible to steal a suit made for someone else and wear it. If a character gains or loses a lot of weight a new suit is required, which leads to the tantilizing possibility of a suit with a built-in potbelly.
The suit does have one major drawback. Whenever a character wearing the suit is hit by an attack and fails the knockback or knockdown test sparks and smoke fly from the suit briefly which makes stealth a difficult proposition. Furthermore, a character who fails a knockdown test doesn't simply fall down like a normal person. He or she is required to SCREEAAAMM while doing a mobius-esque backflip and landing with a great thud upon the ground while sparks fly everywhere and the suit looks kind of burned in the affected spot. This series of actions requires the player to waste his or her next action. Thus, an entire power ranger team may be neutralized by repeated attacks which knock them down each time.