Types of unusual cars that you would not believe exist

Or maybe you’re proud to own a car that is more unique than the typical off-the-shelf models. Whether you’re the driver or a lucky bystander, seeing unusual cars on the road can make us smile and make our days better. Join us on an adventure as we search the world for the top ten oddest-looking vehicles ever, marveling at the fantastical design concepts that have actually been realized. The Peel P50 broke the world record. It is recognized as the smallest production car ever made in the 2010 Guinness Book of World Records. The Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man produced this three-wheeled microcar for just three years, from 1962 to 1965. According to the advertisement, it was the ideal size for one adult and one shopping bag. The children cannot fit in this small car! Only one door, on the left, and one headlight are present. The Peel P50 does not have a reverse gear, so moving the car backwards requires using a handle at the back of the vehicle, which was not an easy option. Only 27 of these unusually small cars are known to still be in existence today, out of the original 50 that were produced. One set a record price at auction in March 2016 when it went for US$176,000. You could be excused for thinking the Ferrari 512S Modulo looks more like a spaceship than a car at first glance. This unusual-looking car has a canopy-style glass roof that slides forward to allow the driver to enter the cabin and an extremely low, wedge-shaped body. A concept sports car called the Ferrari 512S Modulo was first displayed at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show.

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