Microcar
A microcar is the smallest automobile classification, usually applied to very small cars (smaller than city cars). Such small cars were generally referred to as cyclecars until the 1940s. More recent ...
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Zagato Zele
The Zagato Zele 1000, 1500, 2000 (sold in the United States as the Elcar) was an electric microcar with a fiberglass body manufactured by the Italian design company Zagato. Produced 1974-1976, the Zel...
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Bubble car
Bubble car is a subjective term used for some small, economical microcars, usually produced in the 1950s and 1960s.
The Messerschmitt KR175 and KR200, and the FMR Tg500, had aircraft-style bubble ...
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Möve 101
The Möve 101 was a microcar with egg-shaped coupé bodywork based on a Felber Autoroller chassis. Ten cars were built in Vienna by a specialist coachbuilding company Hofmann & Moldrich in 1953. Tho...
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Alta A200
The Alta A200 was a three-wheel passenger car introduced in 1968, produced by Alta, a Greek vehicle manufacturer. The car was laregly based on the German Fuldamobil (licence produced in Greece by Att...
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Tourette (automobile)
The Tourette was a microcar by Carr Brothers (later Progress Supreme Co Ltd) of Purley, London, England between 1956 and 1958. It had a three-wheeled, rounded body that was available either in alloy o...
Maytag Toy Racer
The Maytag Toy Racer was a small 1-passenger automobile built by the Maytag Company between October 11, 1934 and December 1, 1941 and powered by Maytag Model 92 one-cylinder or, later, two-cylinder ai...
Triking
Triking is the common name for the Triking Sports Cars, the United Kingdom based manufacturer of the 3-wheeled Triking Cyclecar, located in Hingham, Norfolk, formerly in Marlingford, Norfolk. Trikings...
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Waaijenberg
Waaijenberg (pronounced ʋɑjøʏnbɛrɣ) is a Dutch carmaker of micro cars, founded in 1966 by Kees Waaijenberg, and headquartered in Veenendaal, Netherlands.In the 1970s and 1980s, it was popular for impo...
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AC Petite
The AC Petite was a three-wheeled microcar with a rear-mounted 350 cc Villiers single cylinder, two stroke engine. The cars had a single bench seat seating two adults and was said to be capable o...
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Paris-Rhône
Paris-Rhône was a French producer of small three-wheeler electric cars based in Lyon. The vehicle was first presented in 1941 and production ended in 1950.
By the time of the Second World War, t...
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Powerdrive
The Powerdrive was a three-wheeled microcar with a rear-mounted 322 cc (20 cu in) Anzani two cylinder, two stroke 16.5 metric horsepower (12 kW) engine.The car was designed by Davi...
Russon
The Russon was a British microcar with a sporting appearance and built by Russon Cars Ltd in Eaton Bray, Stanbridge, Bedfordshire between 1951 and 1952.Brain-child of D.A. Russell, the editor of the A...
List of microcars by country of origin
This is a list of microcars by country of origin. This list excludes cars over 700 cc, and cars where production or manufacture ended before 1945.Microcars have been defined as 'very compact, sma...
List of microcars by country of origin - Wikipedia
REVAi
The REVAi, known as G-Wiz in the UK, was a small micro electric car, made by the Indian manufacturer REVA Electric Car Company since 2001. The REVA sold about 4,600 vehicles worldwide by late 2013 and...
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Peugeot VLV
Peugeot VLV was an electric microcar from Peugeot in 1942. VLV stood for Voiture Légère de Ville (Light City Car). The car's announcement, on 1 May 1941, triggered some surprise, since Peugeot was th...
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Goggomobil Dart
The Goggomobil Dart is an automobile which was developed in Australia by Sydney company Buckle Motors Pty Ltd. and produced from 1959 to 1961.The Dart was based on the chassis and mechanical component...
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Allard Clipper
Allard, better known for light sports cars produced a pilot run of around twenty glass-fibre bodied three-wheeled Clipper microcars in 1953-1954. They had a rear mounted Villiers 24B 346cc single-cyli...
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Coronet (automobile)
The Coronet was a three-wheeled microcar with a rear-mounted 328 cc (20 cu in) Excelsior two cylinder, two stroke 18 metric horsepower (13 kW) engine.
Scottish Aviation Scamp
The Scottish Aviation Scamp is a small concept electric city car that was designed between 1964 and 1966 by Scottish Aviation.A prototype, known as "the farm cart" was built which showed promise, acce...
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Trabant
The Trabant /trəˈbɑːnt/ is a car that was produced by former East German auto maker VEB Sachsenring Automobilwerke Zwickau in Zwickau, Saxony. It was the most common vehicle in East Germany, and was a...
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Bond Minicar
Bond Minicar is the name given to a series of economical three-wheeled cars manufactured by Sharp's Commercials Ltd (The company was renamed Bond Cars Limited in 1964), in Preston, Lancashire between ...
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David (car)
David was a Spanish company manufacturing cars in Barcelona between 1913 and 1923 and again between 1951 and 1957.The original cars, developed by José Maria Armangué, were cyclecars using either a sin...
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Microcar (brand)
Microcar is a French microcar manufacturer. The company was founded in 1984 as a division of Bénéteau group, a major sailboat manufacturer. Production moved to a new custom-built factory in Septembe...
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Ligier
Ligier is a French automobile maker created by former racing driver and rugby player Guy Ligier.
The firm entered the automobile business with the Ligier JS2, a mid-engined sports car for the road...
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Peel Manxcar
The Peel Manxcar was a prototype saloon car manufactured in 1955 by the Manx Peel Engineering Company. Initially renamed from "Peel Manxman" because of the Excelsior (Coventry) motorbike of...