The 19 Smallest Street-Legal Vehicles In The World (2023)

Americans have one golden rule when it comes to vehicles, "the bigger, the better." That explains the history of the big block V8s that gave rise to the muscle cars, explaining why the best classic pony cars ever made are known to come with massive engines, and why the best-selling vehicles are pickup trucks and SUVs. While this rule might have enjoyed a long life, BMW's introduction of the new Mini Cooper in 2000 introduced a soft spot for tiny cars in America. Small cars like Smart Fortwo, BMW i3, and Fiat 500 are excellent choices for city driving. They make street maneuvering easy and are effortless to park too. However, as minute as these cars are, they are not the most miniature cars the world has ever seen.

Updated April 2022: The world continues to grow and flock with cars of all types. From huge SUVs and trucks to sports and supercars. While these are important segments in the car industry, there's one area that's often forgotten, the small car niche. These cars have been around from as early as the beginning of the auto industry itself, and they still rock the streets. First published in 2018, we've updated this list to show you some of the smallest cars ever built.

The vehicles featured here are rather extraordinary. Not necessarily for having remarkable speed or striking looks, but because some of these vehicles have exceptional efficiency and design. They are street-legal in one part of the world or another. And most importantly, they are tiny. Keep on reading as we unveil to you some of the tiniest cars the world has ever seen.

19 Smart Fortwo

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Deriving a name from the combination of the two-parent corporations that birthed it—Swatch and Mercedes (Swatch Mercedes “ART”)—the Smart Fortwo is among the best small cars available in showrooms. The car is actually doing reasonably well in the market. By 2015, this micromachine had already sold over 1.7 million units in more than 46 countries.

Even at such a small size, the car can go over 60 mph and has a 0-60 acceleration time of 8.9 seconds in the most powerful engine version. Having been in the market for quite some time and going through several refreshes, the Smart Fortwo has grown to become a beautiful and practical car for city commuting. And even though Daimler pulled it from the American market in 2019, citing slow sales, the Smart Fortwo is still among the best small cars ever sold.

18 CityEl

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The CityEl is one of the weirdest and most outrageous three-wheeled cars ever made. Originally, this lightweight electric car was designed and manufactured in Denmark, but its production shifted to Germany under Citycom GmbH. The CityEl features a boat-like shape from a distance, but the design of the opening is rather spaceship-like. The entire top half of the vehicle hinges upward to allow the driver to get in.

The car looks really not-so-serious from the outside, but once inside and the doors closed, the CityEl provides an experience far from an ordinary vehicle. The car is offered with an optional rear-facing child seat in the rear, making it a good vehicle for dropping off and picking up the child from school.

17 The Ford Ka

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Despite being a Ford, the Ka is not available in the United States. The manufacturer believes American buyers would not buy any Ford smaller than the Fiesta. And although it might not look like it, the Ford Ka is smaller than the Mini Cooper in every aspect. Length, Height, and Width.

Although Ford started building the Ka as a compact car in 2016, the first Ka that premiered in 1996 was quite small. Built between 1996 and 2016 as a small city car, the Ford Ka was widely considered the modern-day VW Beetle. Despite the increasingly stringent emissions and safety legislation, the Ka is a strong player in the European small car market.

16 Renault Twizy

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The open-wheel concept in the Renault Twizy is a bit odd. This is a standard design of F1 cars, and it looks a bit out of shape in this car. Open wheeled cars are athletic, ultra-fast, and long-bodied. None of those traits is present in this microcar. But that’s not what matters here; it’s the smallness that matters, which this car excels at.

Additionally, besides the open wheels, the car looks pretty dramatic from various angles. Take the rear, for example. It looks all angry and mean, and it comes with scissor doors. These features made it the small car of choice in 2012 when it became the top-selling car in its category in Europe.

15 Shuanghuan Noble

The Shuanghuan Noble looks quite similar to Daimler's Smart Fortwo. That is because the car was kind of a knockoff. The cars were identical to the extent that Daimler sued the Chinese automaker Shuanghuan over alleged Smart ForTwo knockoffs.

However, in as much as these two looked pretty much similar, they were different in many aspects. First, the Chinese version can seat four, not two passengers. Second, the engine in the Noble is in the front, not the back. Daimler protested everywhere, including in Italy and Greece, but to no avail. A Greek judge allowed the car to enter the market, stating: “… It is commonly accepted that the decision of buying a new car cannot be based only on the exterior characteristics but many other technical specifications such as the power of the engine, fuel consumption, trim specification, retail price and dealers’ network.”

14 Corbin Sparrow Jelly Bean

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The Corbin Sparrow Jelly Bean has only one door and seats only one. The interior is packed as a busy Beijing street; inches start to matter, particularly for tall or big drivers. However, it is quite fun to drive this Jelly bean. Its Handling is one of the things a car enthusiast would strive to experience. Plus, it can reach speeds up to 75 mph, except that it might topple.

The car has a decent height and tiny wheels, enough to turn a thrilling drive into a terrifying ordeal when it comes to a sharp turn. It's not one of the safest.

13 Iso (BMW) Isetta

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This is likely the strangest BMW you have ever seen. BMW made this microcar between 1955 and 1962. It was developed by an Italian company, Iso Rivolta, that initially created products like scooters and refrigerators. The company itched for a car and came up with a unique vehicle, the Isetta.

The Isetta had only one door and, unlike ordinary cars, its door was on the front face of the car. Opening the car revealed that the steering wheel was tethered to the door, so the steering wheel moved with the door. Powering this micromachine was a 236 cc 2-strokeengine with only 13 horsepower. But the Isetta was no joke, in fact, it was the world’s first mass-produced car capable of 78 mpg, which helped make it the top-selling one-cylinder car globally.

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12 Buddy

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Yes, that’s the full name of the car, Buddy. It’s made by a company in Norway and has been in production since 1991. The electric car ranges about 12 to 37 miles, depending on the season and driving style. Unlike many other cars here, this one has two outstanding features. One, it has a bench seat, and two, it was famous for coming in bright colors.

The car could drive up to 50 mph, and, including the driver, it could fit three grown people. One more exciting thing about the bright colors is that they could come with decorative designs. It couldn't be surprising to see a factory car brimming with hearts, clouds, or flowers.

11 REVAi

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The REVAi, introduced by the Indian manufacturer REVA Electric Car Company in 2001, is a tiny three-door hatchback measuring 2.6 m long, 1.3 m wide, and 1.5 m high. Also known as G-Wiz in the UK, the REVAi was available in 26 countries and had sold over 4,000 units by March 2011.

Although it looks pretty odd, much like the SUV of the microcar segment, the REVAi offers more to the design than many of the cars featured here. The shape is oddly satisfying, surprising considering it was made in India, a country not exactly known for producing cars, let alone good vehicles. It’s an extremely cheap vehicle, with the primary market being India and then the UK.

10 Original Fiat 500

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By today’s standard, the new Fiat 500s are small, especially compared to the behemoths like Ford Excursions. But then there's the original 500s—the 1957 Fiat 500, which make the current models look like heavy-duty full-size SUVs. This car was produced to feed the post-WWII market. There was a global boom in the economy, as almost all the major countries had a high demand for vehicles but low supplies.

Despite its small size, it proved to be a successful car, mainly due to its practicality. It was fun and cheap and had head-turning styling cues. Its fuel efficiency was excellent, and it handled like a pro. There were other variants, including a station wagon. And also the sports version produced by Abarth. Essentially, the car became a hit and continues to have a fair share in the market since its launch in 1957.

9 Piaggio Vespa 400

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These were really small cars that somewhat resembled a “car.” They were designed by the Italian car manufacturer, ACMA, also known as “Ateliers de Construction de Motocycles et D'Automobiles.” One notable thing about this company is that it used to produce scooters. The company started with small numbers of scooters early in the day; 1951 started with 20 workers making 200 scooters. Two years later, the hundred-thousandth scooter left the factory.

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Growth was just like a species that found a new habitat with abundant resources and a lack of predators; it was exponential. Six years after its launch, the company started producing microcars such as the Vespa 400. Although they were much bigger than some cars featured in this list, the Vespa 400 was powered by a small engine that produced only 12 horsepower.

8 Goggomobil Dart

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First of all, the name is a bit cheesy. Broken down, it essentially says “go-go-mobil.” From its exterior appearance, this Australian-made microcar looked pretty big until it parked beside an actual vehicle. That's when it became a tiny car. From the inside, the car was huge. It was spacious enough to ensure that the elbows of the passengers were not touching.

The gauge cluster consisted of just one circle, although that could have been due to the era during which these cars were produced. There were a couple of other buttons and toggle switches, which made the Dart look like ordinary cars.

7 Fuldamobil

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Here’s another German invention. While BMW and Mercedes were producing their cars, “Elektromaschinenbau Fulda GmbH” was making the Fuldamobils. Perhaps it’s just the bulky and lagging exterior, but the car seems to have tiny wheels. These were the first cars to have a negative scrub radius, a significant safety advancement in the auto industry.

Despite how the people back then may have received the vehicle, it did get that safety feature right. Plus, this car gave rise to the term “bubble car,” which is basically a label for small and economical microcars. One thing to note is that the car’s rear looks like the front of the Chrysler PT Cruiser.

6 Twike

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The name “Twike” is a contraction of the words “twin” and “bike.” These vehicles had an exciting history. Like the hybrid vehicles that combine an internal combustion engine with electric motors, the Twike integrated electric motor with human force. Interesting. This meant the car had both an engine and pedals. While these vehicles emerged in the European market in the late 1980s, this would be a highly appreciated concept in the modern auto market, with a few safety upgrades.

It would have been a multipurpose vehicle. Executives could use this as workout equipment in the morning to the office and use the electric motor to drive back home in the evening. Exercising and reaching work at the same time. That's a win. The early versions of these didn’t have a heating system in them, expecting drivers to pedal and generate body heat.

5 Autobianchi Furgoncino

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Autobianchi was an Italian auto manufacturer that produced mini cars. The company used to create the Bianchina, a lookalike of the Fiat 500. The above picture represents one configuration of the Bianchina, a van. There were several other configurations available—a sedan, roadster, convertible and station wagon, all of which are interesting in their own rights.

The van, however, was the most interesting of these miniature cars. Generally, when thinking of a van, a big, monstrous vehicle always comes to mind, which is the complete opposite of this Autobianchi Furgoncino van. With this tiny, miniature van, all senses are distorted. What did people even do with these? Haul two plastic toy cars? Not only was the car small and impractical, but its engine would have limited the “hauling capacity."

4 Commuter Cars Tango

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Here's a micro sports car that costs way above every vehicle featured here. At $108,000, the Commuter Cars Tango was a quirky and quick automobile that sat two people. The passenger sat right behind the driver, much like a motorcycle, but with fours wheels and a roof.

Despite what its narrow design would have people believe, this car had some serious owners. American actor and filmmaker George Clooney took delivery of the first Tango in 2005, which was a major milestone for the manufacturer. The actor not only drove the microcar but also appeared in the media and promoted it. The second owner got his car as part of the April Fools’ Day. It was found in the office of the Google CEO, Eric Schmidt, on the second floor. The car has also been brought up in several pop culture outlets.

3 Think City

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The name gives away what the car was meant for, hopefully. It was an electric city car from the Norwegian auto manufacturer, Think Global. It had a decent top speed of 68 mph and a range of 99 miles on a full battery. While all the vehicles listed here are street-legal, the Think City was one of the only five small vehicles in 2011 that were also highway-legal. The other four were the Tesla Roadster, Mitsubishi i-MiEV, Nissan Leaf, and Smart ED.

The production run was short-lived - from 2008 to 2011 in Europe and 2010 to 2012 in the United States. The biggest reason for failure was that the company kept filing for bankruptcy; it had declared bankruptcy four times in two decades.

2 Mitsubishi 360

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Much like the small Autobianchi van above, here’s a benign pickup. First off, the car looks old-fashioned. The mirrors are on the hood, a hallmark of the cars of the 1960s. But that's okay because these things were produced in the 1960s. It was a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive vehicle.

That configuration must have been enjoyable for drivers. It was a tiny pickup, so there was not much weight that could be loaded in the back, meaning the front wheels wouldn’t start floating in the air. This is one of the smallest pickup trucks ever built.

1 Peel P50

The P50 was produced in two different eras. One in the 1960s and the other from 2010. It’s a one-door coupe that delivers 3.15 horses on average, depending on the model. In the older P50s, the car came with a small engine, less than 500cc, that sat right inside the cabin.

While the car is city-legal in the UK, it does not have reverse gear. So, how does it reverse? The driver gets out, slightly lifts the car from the rear, and rolls it like a suitcase.

FAQs

What is the smallest car on the road today? ›

The smallest car in 2022 is the Chevrolet Spark. It is 11-ft, 11.1-in long.

What is the smallest car in the world called? ›

Peel P50
ManufacturerPeel Engineering Company and Peel Engineering Ltd. (UK-based)
Production1962–1965 2010–present (EV) 2011–present (Petrol)
AssemblyPeel, Isle of Man 1962–1965 Sutton-in-Ashfield, England 2010–present
DesignerCyril Cannell
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Is the Peel P50 street legal in the USA? ›

The Peel P50 was and is still road-legal in the UK, being in the "three-wheeler" category and less than 8 long cwt (900 lb; 410 kg), it is now also street-legal in the US. Cars were exported to other countries, sometimes being classified as a moped (e.g. the P50 that went to Finland).

What is Honda's smallest car? ›

What is Honda's smallest product? The Fit is the automaker's tiniest product, with a length of just 164.1 inches and a width of 67 inches.

Are tiny cars street legal? ›

Apparently conforming to federal LSV laws, the little vehicles are even street legal on most US roads with a speed limit posted up to 35 mph (56 km/h), as per LSV statutes in the US.

What are the really tiny cars called? ›

Minicompact. The Minicompact is the name most commonly used in the USA for city cars or minicars in the UK and classified as A-segment cars in the rest of Europe. Due to the compact size of these cars, the most common body shapes are the hatchback and crossover SUV styles.

What is the smallest American car? ›

2021 Chevrolet Spark

With its tiny length, this is the smallest car on the list (the shortest car).

What are those super tiny cars called? ›

Microcars have been defined as "very compact, small-engined cars, designed for use in large cities, especially in Japan".

What is world's cheapest car? ›

What is the Cheapest Car in the World? Although it isn't produced anymore, according to motorbiscuit.com the cheapest car in the world is the Tata Nano. You can't buy them new, but many still circulate in India. The very first version of the car only cost $1,400.

What is the rarest car in the world? ›

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  • Lamborghini Veneno. ...
  • Ferrari 250 GTO.
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How much does the smallest car in the world cost? ›

At its Amelia Island auction later this month, RM Sotheby's is putting up this 1964 Peel P50 for sale. The expected price for the world's smallest car – as verified by Guinness World Records – is expected to fall anywhere between US$75,000 to $100,000.

How fast can a Peel P50 go? ›

Capable of a top speed of 38 mph, the P50 features a 49-cc 4.5-horsepower single-cylinder two-stroke Zweirad Union engine mated to a three-speed gearbox.

How much is a Peel P50 worth? ›

The 60-year-old 500cc single-seater sold for more than a new Porsche Panamera. A 1963 Peel P50 – widely accepted to be the smallest series-production car in history – has sold at auction in the UK for a claimed £111,000 ($AU200,000).

How much is a Peel Trident worth? ›

The Peel Trident Was The World's Smallest Production Car - It's Now Worth A Cool $100,000 USD.

What is Toyota's smallest SUV? ›

With a total length of just 172.6 inches and a snug five-passenger seating capacity, the subcompact Toyota C-HR is the smallest Toyota SUV available today—but it's not the only small crossover on offer from the automaker.

What's the cheapest car that Honda makes? ›

The cheapest Honda car on the market is the 2022 Honda HR-V. This vehicle has a starting price of $21,870. The price increases with additions and trims. It's a subcompact SUV and one of the best-selling options for Honda amongst drivers today.

What is the smallest SUV Honda makes? ›

What is the smallest SUV Honda makes? It's undeniable that the smallest Honda SUV is the HR-V. The HR-V is a subcompact crossover-SUV built to rival small traditional car models as well as the exceedingly popular small SUVs of Honda's manufacturing rivals.

Why are mini trucks not street legal? ›

This restriction is for safety reasons as most kei trucks can only make 65 mph which is lower than the speed limit on interstates. Also, mini trucks don't meet U.S road safety requirements and the older models use non-EPA engines that cannot pass emission tests for public roads.

Are Japanese mini trucks street legal in the US? ›

A mini truck less than 25 years old cannot be legally imported into the U.S. as an on-road vehicle unless the vehicle is brought up to FMVSS compliance.

Are Chinese electric trucks street legal? ›

Are ChangLi cars and trucks street legal? Unfortunately, these ChangLi cars and trucks are not street legal, nor are pretty much any Chinese-made neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) or low speed vehicles (LSVs).

Which is the smallest smart car? ›

Smart EQ ForTwo hatchback review

Although it's slightly larger than the original, it's still so tiny that you'll wonder how Smart managed it. Measuring 2,695mm from nose to tail, the EQ ForTwo is just about short enough to pull off its perpendicular parking trick.

What is smaller than a compact car? ›

According to the Automotive Science Group, a compact car has slightly less interior space than a standard mid-size sedan. Similarly, a subcompact or mini-compact is smaller than a compact car.

What is the smallest car that Toyota makes? ›

Yaris - The hatchback version is the tiniest car from Toyota, and the sedan version is the cheapest offering in the lineup.

What is a micro vehicle? ›

Microcar is a term often used for the smallest size of cars, with three or four wheels and often an engine smaller than 700 cc (43 cu in). Specific types of microcars include bubble cars, cycle cars, invacar, quadricycles and voiturettes.

What is a small compact car? ›

A compact car is a term used for a smaller-sized automobile. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classifies a passenger vehicle with an interior and cargo area of 100-109 cubic feet as a compact car.

What are those small two door cars called? ›

A coupe is generally thought of as a closed-body style, 2-door car, often sporty in nature. A coupe generally has either 2 seats or 4 seats placed in a 2+2 configuration, meaning that there are only 2 seats in the rear (as opposed to the standard 3,) and those seats are smaller than average.

What is the smallest American made car? ›

2021 Chevrolet Spark

With its tiny length, this is the smallest car on the list (the shortest car). Exciting and responsive, Chevrolet Spark lets you handle turns and tight parking spots when you're driving around town looking for adventure.

What are those really small cars called? ›

Microcar, a term often used for the smallest size of cars, often with an engine smaller than 700 cc.

What is the smallest car that Nissan makes? ›

Nissan's smallest crossover is big on value.
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2020 Nissan Kicks Specifications.
Nissan2020 Kicks
Curb Weight (pounds)2,639 to 2,672
Wheelbase (inches)103.1
Length (inches)169.1
Width (inches)69.3
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Are golf carts street legal? ›

In most jurisdictions, golf carts need to be able to reach a minimum of 20 mph in order to qualify as street legal vehicles. They may have speeds no faster than 25 mph, as they are classified as slow-moving vehicles, meaning you can't use them to cut through traffic on the highway.

Which is the smallest smart car? ›

Smart EQ ForTwo hatchback review

Although it's slightly larger than the original, it's still so tiny that you'll wonder how Smart managed it. Measuring 2,695mm from nose to tail, the EQ ForTwo is just about short enough to pull off its perpendicular parking trick.

What is the coolest car in the world? ›

Q: What's The Coolest Car In 2021? The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is our coolest car of 2021. It is powered by a 5.2-liter, twin-turbo V-12 engine that makes 715 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque. It can sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 211 mph.

What small car is the safest? ›

Top 10 Safest Small Cars
  • Introduction.
  • Hyundai Ioniq 5.
  • Seat Leon Hatchback.
  • Ford Focus Hatchback.
  • Toyota Yaris.
  • Honda Jazz.
  • Nissan Micra.
  • Fiat 500 Electric Hatchback.
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Which is the most cheapest car in the world? ›

What is the cheapest car in the world in 2022?
  • For $14,645, The Mitsubishi Mirage sits just below the Spark, in the list of affordable cars on the market. ...
  • In addition, versa comes with a punchy 1.6L engine that churns out a staggering 122hp, which makes it one of the most affordable fun-to-drive cars to buy right now.

How much is the cheapest Nissan car? ›

Nissan Cars & Sedans
  • Versa® Starting MSRP. $15,580. Price is Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). ...
  • Sentra® Starting MSRP. $19,950. Price is Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). ...
  • Altima® Starting MSRP. $25,290. ...
  • Nissan LEAF® Starting MSRP. $28,040. ...
  • Maxima® Starting MSRP. $38,140.

What is the cheapest Nissan car they make? ›

  • 2022 Nissan Frontier. ...
  • 2022 Nissan Leaf. ...
  • 2022 Nissan Rogue. ...
  • 2022 Nissan Rogue Sport. ...
  • 2022 Nissan Altima. ...
  • 2022 Nissan Kicks. ...
  • 2022 Nissan Sentra. ...
  • 2022 Nissan Versa. The 2022 Nissan Versa is the cheapest Nissan car to buy in 2022 and one of the most affordable subcompact sedans.
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How much does a small Nissan car cost? ›

Pricing for Nissan's Compact Cars
ModelNissan 350Z CoupeNissan Ariya
Power306 hp215 hp
Engine3.5L V6 GasElectric
Base Price$28,510$40,000

WHAT IS A GEM car? ›

Gem Cars, also known as the Global Electric Motorcars, is part of the Polaris Industries group. These battery-electric vehicles can be seen across the U.S thanks to the fact that they are legal to drive on the street in nearly every state across the country.

Do you need a driver's license to drive a golf cart? ›

Golf cart operators are not required to have a driver license; however, to operate a golf cart on designated public roadways, a person must be 14 years or older.

How fast can a golf cart go? ›

What is the Average Golf Cart Speed? The average top speed of a typical golf cart without any upgrades is between 12 and 14 miles per hour. Without any sort of modification or upgrade on a golf cart, the top speed that you will be getting on a golf cart is about 14mph.

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