Peel will be reviving the P50 and Trident in limited numbers, just 50 in total to be exact.
The P50 is still, to this day, the smallest production car ever made, and Trident isn’t exactly big either. The P50’s dimensions are incredible: 50 inch wheelbase, total length of 52.8 inches, 39 inch width, and a height of 47.2 inches. That results in a weight of 130 pounds, and an interior capacity of one person and a bag of groceries.
The originals used scooter motors, but these modern recreations will use an electric motor instead. They’re pretty cheap too, with a price tag of just £12,499. However, that limited production means you’ll need to hurry. Moreover, it’s unknown whether or not they will sell any of the 50 units outside of Europe.
The best part, however, is unlike most modern recreations, these will not change in appearance. At all. You’ll be able to get a brand new car with a design from the 1960s.
Source: Peel Engineering via The Scooter Scoop via Autoblog
I’d love to have the chance to drive one of these. They look like loads of fun!