World's Smallest car

The Custom car maker, Austin Coulson enters the Guinness World Records 2014 edition as the owner of the world’s smallest roadworthy car.

The smallest car measures 2 feet, 1 inch (63.5 cm) high; 2 feet, 1.75 inches (65.41 cm) wide; and 4 feet, 1.75 inches (126.47 cm) long, and can be spotted by its Texas vanity license plates reading "IM BIG."

The car specifications:
Engine: 110cc, 1-cylinder engine, Transmission: CVT (continuously variable transmission), Top speed: 33 mph, though legally limited to 25 mph, Fuel efficiency: 85 miles per gallon, Fuel tank capacity: Half gallon. The world smallest car is already listed in the Guinness world record 2014.

To qualify as a roadworthy vehicle for Guinness world record 2014, Coulson needed to get the car registered and inspected and had to install a number of required safety features. These included federally approved safety glass for the windshield, functioning windshield wipers and department of transportation approved signal lights, seat belt, and working horn.