The most awkward feeling ever when you stepped in this ultra small car. I mean it’s not a toy, it’s a fu**** car!
Peel Microcars were the smallest ultra tiny cars manufactured in the United Kingdom back in 1960s. Two main models of the cars were built in limited numbers of production: the two passenger Trident and one passenger P50. At just 54 inches in it’s length, the P50 still remains after years of existence as the world’s smallest production car. The Peel brand cars has just started to active again by two entrepreneurs who plan to resume manufacture of the microcars. Andy’s Modern Microcars, a UK-based microcar replica builder, maintains a fan site on the internet for the Peel microcars.