This is the smallest road car in the world [video]

Guinness World Records has announced a new winner in the “smallest car in the world” category.

This tiny car is created by Austin Coulson from United States and is just 63.5cm tall, 65.4cm wide and 126.47cm long.

The paint work is themed after the P51 Mustang military aircraft and the sides are inscribed with the tail numbers of a ship that the record holder’s grandfather served on during World War II. Austin drives it often during local veterans’ military parades.

The vehicle has a top speed of 25 mph and it can accommodate one adult. Check out the video below to see Austin drive it and talk about his creation in more detail:


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