You can read about it @www.themagreader.com; which is the leading online free magazine, with highest ratings. Peel P50 was manufactured by the Peel Engineering company and the location was Isle of Man between 1962 and 1965. The Peel P50 is a three- wheeled microcar, 1 372mm long, 1 041mm wide with an unladen weight of 59kg. The car was available in three standard colors: Dark blue, Dragon Red, and Daytona White. Later the company started manufacturing the automobile in 2 versions. One version of the Peel P50 was petrol and the other one was electric vehicle, which means you need to charge the battery of the vehicle. It retailed at £199 when new and was marketed as “almost cheaper than walking” and as capable of seating “one adult and a shopping bag.” The unique feature of the car is that it does not have reverse gear but you can use the handle which is attached at the rear of the car which will allow you to physically maneuver it when required. The vehicle's only door was on its left side and equipment included a single windscreen what is the slowest car in the world wiper and one central headlight. The price of the car was 199 pounds and 50 units of the car were manufactured out of which 27 are still in the existence. The vehicle is driven with the help of an electric motor and at the speed of approximately 16 kilometer per hour or 10 miles per hour.