Several years ago India says that it will commercialise production of the cheapest car (a mini version) in the world. Has it materialised yet?
The world's smallest series-produced car, the Fiat 500, left the factory in Turin for the first time in 1936. I have owned a Fiat 600 before but its brake was poor.
My 15-year old Kancil is dependable, of great service and keeps me in sustainable mode. Perodua may have made a premature death to Kancil!
The penchant for small or even mini mini cars for affordability and maneuverability has been around since early 1900s.