microcar

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microcar

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌkɑː)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a very small car
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Unit sales of the two-door and four-door urban microcars increased during that period in markets including Germany (+8.2%), France (+22.3%), Portugal (+3.4%), Belgium (+6.9%), Switzerland (+14.7%) and Austria (+44.8%).
M2 PRESSWIRE-July 29, 2019-: Microcars Market 2019: Global Key Players, Trends, Share, Industry Size, Segmentation, Opportunities, Forecast To 2025
Well, post 2008 microcars and city cars were in demand.
For instance, vehicles mainly designed for city driving (microcars) have usually lower top speeds than average sized saloons.
This and the low range of electric cars have resulted in new vehicle concepts and reuse of the quadricycles classification for microcars in Europe.
Nissan is expanding its collaboration with Mitsubishi, which presently revolves around microcars such as the Dayz in Japan.
QUADRICYCLES are four-wheeled 'microcars' defined by their weight, power and speed.
In January, NTN successfully completed a demonstration test of the In-wheel Motor System for modified electric vehicles (converted EV) over one year with the cooperation of Iwata City in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, while in Junes a demonstration project began with Annecy City in France, home to the NTN-SNR head office, after acquiring official certification for electric microcars in Europe.
Among the 217 participating firms and organizations are the High Commission of Canada, Adamjee, Alli, CIC, Ceylon Biscuits, CMC Engineering Exports GmbH, EDNA Confectionaries, Elephant House, JAGRO Ltd, Maliban Biscuits, MAS Tropical Foods, Italy's PIGO SRL, Brown & Co PLC, APIMachinery, Harischandra Mills, Good Value Eswaran Ltd, Currymate, Nelna, MicroCars, MA's Tropical Food, MAI S.A (from Argentina), Mahima Foliage, A.
The Micro Marathon 2010 will bring together classic microcars of less than 700cc for a round-Wales tour, taking in some of the country's most challenging mountains, hills and coastal routes.
As of the end of June, Daimler's Mercedes-Benz Cars division, which also includes the Smart range of microcars, employed a staff of 98,000 worldwide.