Top 10 Coolest Mini Cars You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

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Tiny mini cars are awesome, and economical. They can also be quite fast. Some amazing new scientific car inventions and breakthroughs in mini car design has been made, so lets find out!
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Be Amazed at these tiniest mini cars in the world! Heinkel Kabine – After WWII, Germany wasn’t exactly awash with resources. They therefore had to get clever by making do with less. The solution? Use three wheels instead of four. Peel Trident – The Isle of Man is a tiny British island whose flag is made up of three joined legs – which probably explains our next microcar. Tata Airpod – Cars that run on compressed air have been around for a while – the French were the first to have them in the late 19th century. Lumeneo Smera – What do you get when you combine a car with a motorcycle? Something only the French would think of.

Brütsch Mopetta – Going back to Germans, microcars, and three wheels, there’s the Brütsch Mopetta – named after its easy-to-pronounce designer, Egon Brütsch Fahrzeugbau, which explains why everyone just calls him “Brütsch.” Renault Twizy – Want an actual microcar that’s environmentally-friendly and currently available? Myers Motors NmG – Ever fantasized about riding around in a banana? Then look no further than Myers Motors NmG’s “Sparrow” – though fans prefer “NmG.” BMW Isetta – The “BMW” tells you it’s German, but the “Isetta” tells you it was Italian built. Impressive though that sounds, it has its limitations. Peel P50 – According to the 2010 Guinness World Records, this is officially the world’s smallest car. Pea Car – If driving a banana isn’t your thing, then how about peas?




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