Top 10 Smallest Cars in the World 2019 | New

Top 10 Smallest Cars in the World 2019 | New

Small, economical cars have satisfied a niche
of the auto market for decades. The demand for small, compact, and subcompact
cars is increasing by the minute. Here’s a list of the smallest and cutest little
cars. Number 10:
Commuter Cars Tango is not the smallest car in the world, but the most modern in our list. The Commuter Cars Tango is prototype ultra-narrow
electric sports car designed and built by Commuter Cars of Spokane, Washington. Commuter Cars said production of the first
version, at a rate of about 100 cars per year, was set to begin in late 2005. It can go a maximum of 240 km/h. It can accelerate 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds. It can seat two persons in a tandem seating
arrangement and it is much more stable than it looks! It is 101 inch in length and 39.0 inches in
width. Number 09:
Lumeneo SMERA Manufacturer: Lumeneo (France)
Status: Discontinued Range: 100 kilometers
Top speed: 110 km/h (68 m/h) The SMERA is an ultracompact battery electric
vehicle (BEV) produced by Lumeneo. Its speed is listed as 110 km/h (68 mph) with
a range of 100 kilometers. A production version, the Lumeneo Neoma began
sales in France in May 2013. After selling only 10 units Lumeneo filed
for bankruptcy in November 2013. Number 08:
SMART FORTWO Manufacturer: Smart (France)
Status: In production Top speed: 154 km/h (96 m/h)
The Smart Fortwo is a rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-seater hatchback city car manufactured and
marketed by the Smart division of Daimler AG, introduced in 1998, now in its third generation. It is 98.4 inch in length and 59.6 inches
in width. Number 07:
The three-wheeled Sparrow was originally manufactured by Corbin Motors starting in 1999, but the
world wasn’t as ready for electric cars as they are now. The Sparrow is powered by a 20 kW (continuous)
156-volt DC or 3-phase AC electric motor and has a range of 32 to 64 km (20 to 40 miles)
and a top speed of 112 km/h (70 mph). Fuel efficiency is approximately 130 W h/km. It is 96 inch in length and 48 inches in width. Number 06:
BUDDY CAB Manufacturer: Egon Brutsch Fahrzeugbau (Norway)
Status: In production Range: 20-60 km (12-37 miles)
Top speed: 80 km/h (50 mph) Buddy is a Norwegian city electric car, produced
by Buddy Electric. Its power can bring you only up to 37 miles
and a maximum speed of 50mph. It is 96 inch in length and 56.3 inches in
width. Since its inception in 1991, combined sales
of the Kewet and Buddy totaled about 1,500 units through October 2013, of which, 1,087
were registered in Norway. Number 05:
Renault Twizy Manufacturer: Renault (Spain)
Status: In production Range: 100 km (62 miles)
The Renault Twizy is a two-seat electric car designed and marketed by Renault and manufactured
in Valladolid, Spain. The vehicle’s frame and body offer occupants
extra protection with its deformable structure, while the outboard position of the four wheels
and the lateral beams located either side of the chassis provide protection in case
of a side impact. It is 91 inch in length and 47 inches in width. Number 04:
PASQUALI RISCIO is an Italian three-wheeled electric car resembles the Indian rickshaw
after which it is named (at least by Italians). It is only 86 inch in length and 45 inches
in width. Number 03:
The Peel Trident is the second three-wheeled microcar made by the Peel Engineering Company
on the Isle of Man. It is 73.0 inch in length and 39.0 inches
in width. Number 02:
Brutsch Mopetta Manufacturer: Egon Brutsch Fahrzeugbau (Germany)
Status: Discontinued Top speed: 35 km/h (22 mph)
The Brutsch Mopetta is an egg-shaped, single-seat, three-wheel automobile manufactured from 1956-1958
with a total production of 14. It is 66.9 inch in length and 34.6 inches
in width. Number 01:
The Peel P50 was first manufactured during the years of 1962 to 1964. It has no reverse gear, but the lightweight
car can be picked up and carried if you like! It is still being manufactured as of today. It is 52.8 inch in length and 39.0 inches
in width. n 2010, Peel Engineering Ltd. in England started
remaking the P50 and Trident models from its premises in Sutton-in-Ashfield, England. It was listed in the 2010 Guinness World Records
as the smallest production car ever made. Thanks for watching. If you like the video, please don’t forget
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