18 Old Photos Left Out from your History Books

A couple gets into their BMW Isetta through the front door, 1950s.

Talk about a micro car! During the 1950s, one of the top-selling cylinder car was the BMW Isetta. This tiny vehicle was mass-produced with fuel consumption of 3 liters per 100 km and became an instant hit. The Isetta had a unique design, the shape of an egg and bubble windows, thus the name bubble car.

It only had one door, strangely placed right in the front and the entire front of the car opened outward to allow access to the driver and a single passenger inside the 4 ½ long wide by 7 ½ feet long diminutive car.

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