Is This The World’s Smallest Jeep?

Topsy-turvy jams, unruly drivers and never-ending gridlock – driving on Indian roads is certainly no mean feat.

But to avoid such chaos, a 60-year-old mechanic has built an ultra-small car that is not only easy to drive but can also pass through narrow lanes-making it convenient for drivers to evade jams.

Bawar Singh, who lives in the north Indian state of Punjab, built the innovative vehicle in the backyard of his house and spent the last two years perfecting the design.


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