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        Top 10 Slowest Cars In The World

        CarTrade Editorial Team

        CarTrade Editorial Team

        We all are fond of fast cars and always wish to take a ride in one of those. But today, we will talk about the bunch of classic cars and new ones that are too slow that they became part of the history.

        Here’s a list of top 10 slowest cars in the world.

        Peel P50: The Peel P50 is the world’s smallest and ultra-compact car. The P50 is powered by a 3.35hb engine, paired with a CVT transmission. It’s electric version, too, have nearly the same specs. The P50 has an electronic speed limit of 30mph, and doesn’t do 60mph.

        Peel P50
        Peel P50

        Aixam Coupe: The Aixam Coupe is a light quadricycle ‘carped’ two-seater coupe. Interestingly, a driver doesn’t require license to drive it in the UK, and kids of 16 years are allowed to drive it after passing the new CBT and Moped test. It derives power from a 400cc two-cylinder diesel engine that produces a maximum power of 5.6hp. It is restricted to 30mph only, making it one of the slowest cars in the world.

        Aixam Coupe
        Aixam Coupe

        Renault Twizy: The Renault Twizy is an electric two-seater ‘quadricycle’ city car. It has a 17hb electric motor, offering a range of between 30 – 50 miles. However, it range varies with driving style, traffic and average speed.

        Renault Twizy
        Renault Twizy

        MIA electric car: The Mia is a 3-seater plug-in electric car. Powered with an electric motor, which is claimed to get fully charged in 3 hours, offers a range up to 80miles. It has the slowest 0-60mph times – i.e. 30 seconds or half a minute.

        MIA Electric Car
        MIA Electric Car

        Tata Nano: The Tata Nano is the world’s cheapest and one of the slowest cars. It’s among the most popular ultra-compact cars in India. Powered with a 37.5bhp, 624cc, MPFi petrol engine, the car accelerates 0-60mph in 29. 4 seconds.

        Tata Nano
        Tata Nano

        Hindustan Ambassador 1.5 DSZ: The Hindustan Ambassador is one of the classic cars we have in India. Powered with a 2-litre Isuzu diesel engine, it offers 52hp with 78 lb-ft. The car takes around 28 seconds to achieve 0-60mph.

        Hindustan Ambassador 1.5 DSZ
        Hindustan Ambassador 1.5 DSZ

        Chevrolet CMV: The Chevrolet CMV is a commercial pick-up vehicle. Powering the CMV is a small 796cc, 0.8-litre, 3-cylinder engine that develops a maximum power of 37hb. It is capable to mark 0-60mph in 27 seconds without any shipment/ payload.

        Chevrolet CMV
        Chevrolet CMV

        Maruti Suzuki Omni: The Maruti Suzuki Omni is one of the most popular yesteryear’s commercial cars in India. Powered with a 32.8bhp, 0.8-litre, in-line engine, it accelerates 0-60mph in 20 seconds.

        Maruti Suzuki Omni
        Maruti Suzuki Omni

        Smart CDI: The Smart CDI is a rear engine and rear wheel-drive car. The car gets its power from a 45bhp turbo-charged diesel engine with a semi-automatic gearbox. It can mark 0-60mph sprints in 19.5 seconds.

        Smart CDI
        Smart CDI

        Fiat Qubo Natural Power 1.4: The Fiat Qubo Natural Power 1.4 is one of the slowest cars in Europe. It is powered with Fiat’s FIRE-series gasoline engine that churns out a maximum power of 76hp. It takes 17.7 seconds to achieve 0-60mph.

        Fiat Qubo Natural Power 1.4
        Fiat Qubo Natural Power 1.4