Known for its unconventional design, the Reliant Robin is a three-wheeled car with a single wheel in the front and two in the back. Its peculiar balance made it prone to tipping over easily.
Considered the smallest production car in history, the Peel P50 measures only 54 inches long and 41 inches wide. It has a single door, no reverse gear, and is often referred to as a "microcar."
A peculiar vehicle from the 1960s, the Amphicar was both a car and a boat. It could drive on land and also float on water, making it a unique amphibious transportation option.
Although not street-legal, the Dodge Tomahawk gained attention due to its extreme design. It had a motorcycle-like appearance but was powered by a Viper V10 engine, making it capable of reaching speeds of up to 350 mph.
Known for its exceptional fuel efficiency, the Volkswagen XL1 is a sleek, futuristic-looking car. It features gull-wing doors, an aerodynamic design, and a hybrid powertrain that allows it to achieve a fuel consumption of 261 miles per gallon.
Originally designed in Italy, the BMW Isetta is a peculiar microcar with a front-opening door. Its unique feature is that the entire front end of the car swings open, allowing passengers to enter and exit.
Launched in 1955, the Citroën DS featured a futuristic design for its time. It had a streamlined shape, a hydro-pneumatic suspension system, and innovative features like a single-spoke steering wheel and a swiveling headlight.
A supercar with an unusual appearance, the Tramontana R combines aggressive styling with a powerful twin-turbo V12 engine. It features an open cockpit design and an aerodynamic body that stands out from traditional sports cars.