The Peel P50: A Look Into How The World’s Smallest Production Car Is Made
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, The Peel P50, a car originally manufactured in the 60s, is the world’s smallest production car.
The Science Channel’s show called How It’s Made decided to delve into the manufacturing that goes into the world’s smallest production car and trust me, you won’t be disappointed.
There’s no crazy, new high-tech, automated processes attributed to building the world’s smallest production car.
Nope! This little thing is built with molded fiberglass and assembly that’s defined by the company as “lovingly hand built in Great Britain.”
However, the cute car doesn’t come with a cute price tag. The world’s smallest production car will run you about $21,530.