The world's smallest car. It may be small, but for local intracity travel, it is really all you need. It is something like a covered motorcycle so you will not get wet in the rain. And it gets 100 miles to the gallon, or expressed in gallons per hundred miles, it only uses 1.00 GPHM. Just right for getting about the neighborhood without spending a fortune on gas. This particular vehicle was manufactured in the 1960's on the island of Peel, so they are not for sale now. But the concept of a small, very lightweight vehicle for local travel is something the modern world is going to become very familiar with as we look for ways to stay mobile in a world of expensive gasoline.