Though small, it is replete with road-safety features necessary for federal approval, including windshield safety glass, wipers, a seat belt, horn, as well as Department of Transportation approved headlights, taillights, and turn signals. Its styling is pulled nicely together by the rather ironic ‘IM BIG’ Texas license plate, and additionally a paint scheme inspired by the P51 Mustang fighter plane.
One might expect the smallest car in the world to record unthinkable gains in miles per gallon. Coulson estimates his creation nets around 45 mpg. Given the car has a top speed of 33 mph and the fuel tank holds only a half gallon of gas, it’s likely an arduous figure to calculate.