For a while there, it seemed like there would be no limit on how big cars could get. Trucks and SUV's had replaced minivans in most family garages, and it was starting to looking like we'd return to the old days where land yachts dominated the highways. Now though, car trends are tending to get smaller… and smaller. How small can we go?
Gordon Murray Designs think we can get very small. Yesterday the design firm lifted the veil its T.25 city car. Weighing in at just 1,212 pounds, the featherweight car is powered by a paltry 51 horsepower engine. But at 62 mpg, is the fuel efficiency worth the trade off in size?