Last week I asked what British car had a transverse front engine and front wheel drive 13 years before the Mini? It was the Lloyd 650 built by F. Roland Lloyd in Grimsby.
So to this week. Short cars are topical, and the current production Smart Fortwo is only 2695 mm long. However, there was a previous production vehicle which was less than half that length. What was it?
For the Automania free beer this week, be the first correct answer to email [email protected]