You might be a speed lover and obsessed with fast cars, but you should consider driving the slowest car in the world. This might be a good test of how far will you be able to drive this car.
We consider it as relaxed ride, which of course has its own unique benefits. It can help you save money on gasoline, emit less carbon into the atmosphere, and avoid speeding citations.
Despite the fact that out there are to many slow cars, this is the world’s slowest car:
The Peel P50, built by Peel Engineering, is the world’s slowest car. It moves at such a glacial pace that it has become part of history. While it holds the Guinness World Record for being the tiniest automobile ever built, it is also the slowest.
We’d like to let you wonder how fast the slowest car in the world will go, but we won’t do that! This car speed limit is 45 kilometers per hour. In that range, the electric vehicle’s speed has been purposefully controlled, since Peel’s slogan has always been – it’s cheaper than walking.
In 1962, the Peel P50 was introduced on the market. The three-wheeled car was, and still is, the world’s smallest automobile, measuring 54 inches in length.
It stopped being produced in 1969, but it was brought back into production in 2010. The automobile is now available in both a gasoline and an electric variant.