The Peel P50 is a three-wheeled vehicle known for being the smallest and lightest street-legal car ever. Confirming these achievements is the 2010 edition of the Guinness World Records, declaring the car 59kg heavy, 1,34 meters long, 99 cm wide and 1,20 meters high. It was produced from 1963 to 1964 in about 50 units and, given its rarity, it has recently reached a market value of around 200.000$. Among the measures taken to reduce the weight, there is the presence of a single-seat, as well as a single headlight, as well as the adoption of a single-cylinder 50cc engine comparable to that of a scooter for minors. There are no gears or reverse, and the traction relies on a single wheel, the rear one positioned centrally. The Peel P50 was replaced by the Trident, a 90kg two-seater. In the 2000s, as a tribute, the P50 returned to production in the FUN (electric), GAS (petrol) and ECO (hybrid) variants.
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🏎️ Peel P50
πŸ“ Isle of Man
πŸ› οΈ 1-cylinder 50cc 4,5HP
πŸ’¨ It can’t reach 100km/h
πŸ” 60km/h
πŸ’Ά No longer on sale
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