At 25 inches high, two feet wide, and four feet long this car makes a Fiat 500 look like an H2. Despite the size, Coulson’s car has everything it needs to be street-legal; DOT-approved headlights, windshield with wiper, even a horn. Of course it has a set of Texas plates, too.

The smallest roadworthy car measures 63.5 cm (25 in) high, 65.41 cm (2 ft 1.75 in) wide and 126.47 cm (4 ft 1.75 in). It was created by Austin Coulson (USA) and measured in Carrollton, Texas, USA, on 7 September 2012.

The vehicle is licenced to be driven on public roads with a speed limit of 40 km/h (25 mph). The paint work is themed after the P51 Mustang military aircraft and the sides are inscribed with the tail numbers of a ship that the record holder’s grandfather served on during WWII. It is often driven during local veterans’ military parades.