Ford Berliner Concept, 1968, by Ghia. An experimental electric microcar prototype

Ford Berliner Concept, by Ghia. An experimental electric microcar prototype

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The Toyota i-Road personal mobility concept looks all prepared to roll out at the Geneva International Motor Show. As you can see in the image above, the Toyota i-Road would come across as an ultra-compact, tandem two-seater electric vehicle [.

La collection de microcar du Jesada Museum de Bangkok | Le triporteur de rêves, à la rencontre des bâtisseurs du monde.

La collection de microcar du Jesada Museum de Bangkok | Le triporteur de rêves, à la rencontre des bâtisseurs du monde.

The Bond Bug is a small British two-seat, three-wheeled automobile which was built from 1970 to 1974, initially by Bond Cars Ltd and subsequently by the Reliant Motor Company. It is a wedge-shaped microcar, with a lift-up canopy and side screens instead of conventional doors.

The Bond Bug is a small British two-seat, three-wheeled automobile which was built from 1970 to 1974, initially by Bond Cars Ltd and subsequently by the Reliant Motor Company. It is a wedge-shaped microcar, with a lift-up canopy and side screens instead of conventional doors.

1950 Martin Stationette

1950 Martin Stationette

PSA VELV EV concept

PSA Peugeot-Citroen VELV (City Light Electric Vehicle) concept car three-seat, gull-wing, urban runabout powered by a electric motor, with enclosed body and motorcycle suspension

Tiny car! So cute!

Tiny yellow car - Large or small car, old car, funny car.Any car.

1960 Crofton Bug Similar to Crosley Farm-O-Road Jeep Style Microcar Photo

1960 Crofton Bug Similar to Crosley Farm-O-Road Jeep Style Microcar Photo

The Bond Bug was a small British two seat, three wheeled sports car of the 1970s. Following the purchase of the Bond Motor Company, Reliant commissioned Ogle Design to design a fun car. It was a wedge-shaped microcar, with a lift-up canopy and side screens instead of conventional doors.

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1936 Datsun 15T Truck

The Datsun went into production in May 1936 and featured a substantially different body to the previous truck.

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