World's Smallest Car On Display In London
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
And our last word in business is they don't come smaller than this. The world's smallest car is now on display in London. The four-foot-long vehicle has one door, one windshield wiper and a headlight. It's hardly a product of the eco-conscious 21st century. The Peel 50 was first manufactured in 1962. At the time, it was advertised as being big enough for one adult and a shopping bag.
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