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7 Unique minimalist cars ever made, anything?

Written By Autocar on Minggu, 14 April 2019 | April 14, 2019

Of course it can still be debated about the correct definition of a mini car, but let's say the Mini car is a fairly small sized vehicle that can only be shed by a few people at one time.

7 Unique minimalist cars ever made, anything?
7 Unique minimalist cars ever made, anything?


Referring to its name, a mini-car must be very small, usually with a length of less than three meters. Curious? Here is a review of some rarely known mini cars.

1. BMW Isetta

If you think the name of this car sounds very Italian, you're right. BMW bought this car licence from an Italian automobile architect and began producing it in bulk in the mid-1950 's. BMW made two versions of this mini-car, the single-cylinder engine 250 cc and 300 cc. At the time, Isetta was a single-cylinder car With the best selling, more than 150,000 units are manufactured within 7 years.

2. Peel Trident

This remarkable car was designed and manufactured in the 1960 's, a time when everything should look unique. Peel Trident So the car is not because of its shape, but because of its low price. In fact, this car manufacturer promoted it using the slogan  "Cheaper than walking". Trident is manufactured by German manufacturer Zweirad Union, and is equipped with a 49 cc engine.

3. Biscuter 100

The Biscuter is a mini car made in Spain by Auto Nacional from 1953 to 1960, with a total of 10,000 units. At that time, Spain faced the consequences of civil war and international embargo, so the Spanish Government had to find a way of generating cars at low cost. They decided to make a small car with an extreme minimalist design. Finally, the extreme level was demonstrated by making this car without doors and windows.

4. Heinkel Kabine

Ernst Heinkel was an industrial architect from Germany, his work during World War II was to design a Nazi Air Force fighter aircraft, the Luftwaffe. After the war, he again worked out what he had been liking, assembling the car. Heinkel was impressed with Isetta's success, so he decided to make his own small vehicle. It comes with a breakthrough of lightweight car design engined 174 cc, 4-stroke previously used on scooters.

5. Bond Bugs

Bond Bug is a two-seater and three-wheeled mini-car manufactured from 1970 to 1974 by Bond Cars Ltd., followed by the Reliant Motor Company. The car is equipped with a four-cylinder 700 cc engine, its maximum speed reaches 122 km/h.

6. Sinclair C5

Sir Clive Sinclair quit his job at a large company in the early 1980 's to pursue his dream of making electric vehicles. He devoted everything to making a car one passenger called as Sinclair C5. However, C5 is precisely known as a major failure of the British automobile industry because of its plummeted sale. Although the car failed commercially, it was burun the collectors of antiques.

7. City El

Sir Clive Sinclair quit his job at a large company in the early 1980 's to pursue his dream of making electric vehicles. He devoted everything to making a car one passenger called as Sinclair C5. However, C5 is precisely known as a major failure of the British automobile industry because of its plummeted sale. Although the car failed commercially, it was burun the collectors of antiques.

7. City El

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