Peel microcars were built in Peel, Isle of Man in the 1960's by Peel Engineering. Two main models were produced in limited numbers: the two passenger Trident and one passenger P50. At just 54 inches in length, the P50 remains the world’s smallest production car.
1950-52 Thundersley Invacar. These were the only form of State aid offered to the Disabled in the UK. Eventually they were replaced by the Motorbility scheme, whereby the Disabled person swaps their entire mobility allowance for a basic lease car with tyres & servicing for 3 yrs. If the person wants more than a budget Fiesta they must pay the extra up front.