Peel Engineering manufactures the world’s smallest car which is also powered by an electric motor. With a length ofjust 54 inches and a width of 41 inches, Peel has held the Guinness Book of Records title of the world’s smallest car for over 50 years.
Peel’s most popular car, the Peel P50, is a three-wheeled micro-car that was manufactured in 1962 and 1965 by Peel Engineering on the Isle of Man. Courtesy of car enthusiasts Gary Hillman and Faizal Khan, the Peel P50 is back with refreshed parts and designs and is available on show at major cities worldwide.
Originally invented by Cyril Canell of Peel Engineering Company in Peel village on the Isle of Man, Peels are fully road legal in the UK and have even been registered in certain countries or states abroad. However, before purchasing a peel, make sure to check with your local regulations.
Peel vehicles are hand-built by a team of specialists in Great Britain. Every vehicle is custom built to match the owner’s personal requirements just as they did it back in the 1960s.
The peels are fully road legal in the UK and have been registered in certain countries or states abroad.
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