Car is a land transportation, a four-wheeled vehicle powered by an fossil fuel engine or electric motor having the ability to carry goods and peoples. The benefits of a car include mobility, independence, convenience, and on-demand transportation. Over time, cars have become progressively more complex, but also more reliable and easier to operate. There are many segments of cars, luxury cars, SUVs, hatchbacks, and more. Today let’s delve into the Top 10 Smallest Cars in the World. Mentioned as under is the list of the same:
List of Top 10 Smallest Cars in The World that ever built:
If big exists then definitely bigger exists or will exists, so if bigger exists the small exists and yes if small is there then how can we ignore smallest ones. This is natural thing. Natural has given size of similar things so differently and variety of size like if we say living things then we find life on microscopic level to bests like dinosaurs. Even our universe starts from smallest part to gigantic shape like this ( < ). Well, we humans follow the nature rules and eagers to build something like that always. From smaller to bigger one. Even sometimes even smallest that we call nanotech and micro tech.
In the automobile sector we have seen variety of vehicles and models with different body type and sizes. So, here we’ve brought top 10 smallest cars in the world just for you. Some of them are now obsolete and some of them still managing to survive. Let’s see what are they and how’s they look and perform.
- Ford Ka
- The Bollore Blue Car
- The Think City
- The Daihatsu Copen
- The Kandi Coco
- The Smart Fortwo
- Tata Nano
- The Tango by Commuter Cars
- The Lumeneo Smera
- The ElBil Norge Buddy Cab
Manufactured by Ford Motor Company, Ford Ka is a small city car. Since 2016, it entered its third generation, having crossed the first and second generation in 1996 & 2008 respectively. The third generation is a subcompact car produced as a 5-door hatchback and as a 4-door sedan. Earlier it was only available in Brazil. It is now marketed as Ford Figo in India, Italy, Mexico, Spain, South Africa, Argentina & Poland.
The Bollore Blue Car
A small 4-seater, 3-door electric car, The Bollore Blue Car is designed by Pininfarina, manufactured by Cecomp in Bairo, Italy & supplied by Bollore. The production version of this car was launched in 2011, with sales beginning in February 2013. Credited as a top-selling highway-capable electric car, it began service in Los Angeles and Singapore in 2017 as a program targeting low-income people, which achieved relative success. Perfectly suited for an urban environment, it gives a comfortable and quiet driving experience.
The Think City
Think is a 20-year-old company, formerly owned by Ford, produced by Norwegian carmaker Think Global. The company filed for bankruptcy and stopped production due to financial difficulties, for the 4th time in 2011. It did announce production in early 2012, which never resumed. This small electric car is a 2-seater vehicle, with minimal Scandinavian design, yet comfortable and easy to maneuver for a city dweller.
The Daihatsu Copen
The Daihatsu Copen is a 2-door convertible Japanese Kei car. It is a cheap tiny roadster giving a no-nonsense sporty attitude at a bargain price. Though it’s not comfy or classy, it’s a fun value-for-money little car. The Copen has restyled and entered production of the new model in June 2014. This quirky little car runs on petrol and is sold mainly in the UK, Japan, Germany & Netherlands.
The Kandi Coco
The Kandi Coco is a small neighborhood electric car, built by Kandi Technologies. This little Chinese car debuted in the US in 2009 and is available in Oklahoma. It is a 2-seater, slow-speed electric vehicle. It is one of the cheapest cars in the world, leaving behind even the Indian make- Nano in the run.
The Smart Fortwo
The Smart Fortwo is a 2-seater hatchback microcar, manufactured and marketed by The Smart Division of the German multinational Daimler Ag. It was introduced in 1998 and is in the 3rd generation currently. It is a concept car with rear-wheel drive, with rear engine and motor. It is available in the US.
Tata Nano is a compact city car manufactured by Indian automaker Tata Motors. It is primarily sold in India, as an inexpensive rear-engined hatchback car. With an emotional commitment, the company continued production until it eventually halted in May 2018. It was labeled as The People’s Car for being the most affordable car in the world owing to the low price offered.
The Tango by Commuter Cars
The ultra-narrow electric microcar, The Commuter Cars Tango is a prototype designed and built by Commuter Cars, based out of Spokane, Washington in 2005. This car has 2 electric motors supporting each wheel. It is extremely swift and has worthy features. Despite intense coverage, this car didn’t make it long in the market and faded away in obscurity.
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The Lumeneo Smera
The Lumeneo Smera is a hybrid version of Tango and VentureOne. It is an ultra-compact battery-electric, French-built concept car produced by Lumeneo. It is a 2-seater car that tilts into turns creating an exciting driving experience and enhances maneuvering. The exquisite car model was available in France and had a launch in Europe, when it filed for bankruptcy in November 2013 and went off-market.
The ElBil Norge Buddy Cab
The Elbil Norge Buddy Cab is a Norwegian electric car, produced and sold in 18 countries. This 2-door, 3-seater car is in its 6th generation and is smart, elegant, and beautifully made. The latest generation was developed in 1991 is named Kewet.
Small cars make the commute easier and faster and offer easier parking and maneuvering in tight city spaces. These small cars don’t only distinguish on the outside but have competitive room on the inside too. They are also easier on pockets and are fuel-efficient, fun to drive, and reliable.
So friends, what do you think and which one you found more impressive from the list of top 10 smallest cars in the world, and what do you think. Would you even consider to buy one or if you already owns one then share your experience with us. We will share your story on Stunning Autos.
Will you recommend the world to own a smaller car rather than big beasts everyone crave for? What makes these cars so special for you and us. Don’t forget to share your personal thoughts with us and the world.