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A microcar is an extremely small automobile. Some of the definitions used are that the cars must be “less than 3 M in length” and “less than 85 ft/2400 L interior volume”. Usually microcars seat only the driver and a single passenger, and some Microcars have only three wheels. Many microcar designs flourished in post-World War II Europe, particularly in Germany, where former military aircraft manufacturers such as Messerschmitt and Heinkel were prominent microcar makers.
The Messerschmitt KR175 and KR200 also had aircraft-style bubble canopies, and were nick named the bubble car. The operations costs including license and insurance were economic due to the fact that three-wheeled microcars were treated as. France also manufactured large numbers of mircorcars called voiturettes, however these were rarely sold abroad.