Speed isn't everything, especially when you're driving one of these cars.
0-60 mph: 13.4 seconds
Some EVs like the Tesla Model S are really fast. With a top speed of around 80 mph, this Mitsubishi isn't one of those. But hey, at least it's real-wheel drive!
0-60 mph: 17.7 seconds
Not only does it look like Jay Leno, this Fiat is the slowest proper car on sale in Europe.
0-60 mph: 19.5 seconds
Daimler has lost money on the Smart brand much faster than what it takes a diesel ForTwo to reach 60 mph:
0-60 mph: It's a total secret, but let's say it's 27 without any payload.
Yes, it is an old Suzuki rebadged first to Daewoo, then to Chevrolet. 0.8 liters, three cylinders, 37 horsepower and a payload rated at 992 pounds. Sounds like a blast!
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0-60 mph: Around 28 seconds (a fair guess since the old Morris Oxford did it in 29 with less power.)
While Jason drove the Ambassador with the 2.0-liter big block diesel, there is a 1.5-liter version available with 35.5 horsepower and 53 ft-lb of torque. Hindustan won't disclose performance figures, and that's probably for the best.
0-60 mph: 29.4 seconds
The world's cheapest car is also one of the slowest. There are consequences...
0-60 mph: 30 seconds
Ok, so it'll only do 60 mph, and you have to wait for that for half a minute. But it also seats 3 people and has a boot space of 9 cubic inches. Plus the central driving position will remind you of the McLaren F1. The rest of it won't though...
0-60 mph: it won't reach 60 mph
Ok, so it's not that fast. But it has a lot of grip, and it's fun as long the sun is shining. Yes, I like the Twizy.
0-60 mph: Won't happen
It's got a 400 cc two-cylinder diesel producing 5.6 horsepower. The good news is that you won't need a driving license.
0-60 mph: Never
For an eye watering $16,000, you can be the slowest man in the universe.
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