The 8 Greatest Small Cars Ever Made

Austin Seven (1922): Revolutionized the automotive landscape in 1922, putting Britain on wheels. Simple, affordable, and influential design, making it one of the greatest small cars.

VW Beetle (1938):                        Iconic car designed by Ferdinand Porsche, introduced in 1938. Distinctive rounded shape, rear-engined layout, aimed to be an affordable "People's Car" for Germany.

Volvo PV444 (1947): Marked a turning point for Volvo in the small car market in 1947. With its innovative design, this compact and affordable vehicle addressed the post-World War II demand.

Renault 4CV (1947): Revolutionized small car design with its innovative rear-engine layout in 1947. Lightweight, compact, and fuel-efficient, it aimed to provide an affordable and reliable option for post-war France.

Fiat Topolino (1936): Introduced in 1936, it was one of the most excellent small cars ever made. Its innovative design, compact size, and affordable price made it a beloved symbol of Italy’s pre-war era.

Citroën 2CV (1948): French engineering marvel introduced in 1948. Renowned for its charming design and groundbreaking nature, the 2CV effortlessly navigates diverse landscapes.

Fiat 500 (1957): Known as the “Cinquecento,” symbolized affordable mobility in post-war Europe. Its small size, two-cylinder engine, and retractable roof offered a unique driving experience.

Morris Minor (1948): Groundbreaking British car introduced in 1948, leaving a lasting mark. Known for its innovative design, spacious interior, and distinctive ‘pontoon’ styling, it became the first British vehicle to sell over a million units.