The World’s Narrowest Car: Commuter Cars Tango

At the 2010 North American International Auto Show in Detroit Motor Show, Commuter Cars Tango was submitted as the narrowest car in the world, whose width is only 1 meter.

At the 2010 North American International Auto Show in Detroit Motor Show, Commuter Cars Tango was submitted as the narrowest car in the world, whose width is only 1 meter.

Currently, this tiny electric car, like a fish sold as a “designer”. The instructions stated that Double machine weighing 1430 kg for two passengers (the main weight falls on lead-acid batteries) is going to 8 hours.

With over 1,000 ft-lbs of torque starting at zero rpm and a 600 kW (805 hp) motor controller, the Tango accelerates from 0-60 mph in under four seconds, finishes the standing 1/4 mile in about 12 seconds at over 100 mph, and can reach over 130 mph with no gear shifting.

The cost of the top version of Tango T600 is $ 108.000. [via CommuterCars]

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