(VIDEO) Gas or electric, a limited edition of Peel microcars, P-50 and Trident is available
The very first units of the Peel P50 were built in 1962, the undoubtedly smallest vehicle in the world gets an update (but only its engine thankfully) with electric propulsion option.
Made famous by Top Gear when Jeremy Clarkson tried the P50 -partly in the offices of the BBC- the English company Peel has decided to rebuild a limited edition of 50 copies of the P50 (1 seater) and Trident (2 seater) with three types of powertrain, one petrol and two electric. Gas, Eco and Fun (limited to 45 or 20kph).
It will cost you £ 999 to put your names on the waiting list, but hurry, only 9 out of 50 units are still available, prices from £ 6995, in case you are interested the vehicle is road legal in the UK but also in Europe according to the brand.