Your mind tells you it’s all wrong.

BBC Television’s global hit “Top Gear” is a show that spotlights some of the best, fastest, and most luxurious cars in the world. Host Jeremy Clarkson has also shown the world some of the strangest bits of the automotive world. Back in 2008, Clarkson took us on a ride in the smallest production car ever built, the Peel P50.

The 1963 mini car was actually certified by Guinness as the “World’s Smallest Production Car.” The P50 was only 51 inches long and 45 inches wide. It was powered by a tiny moped engine and managed to get 100 miles per gallon.

Clarkson squeezed all of his 6ft 5in frame into the P50 and actually drove it around London and inside the BBC offices. Seeing the car next to one of the city’s famous double-decker buses gives you an idea of just how small it is.

That was 2008. Fast-forward to 2013 and the Top Gear crew has brought us a newer, smaller car.

The P45.

a lot of poo just shot out then.

Here is the 2008 video of the P50

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