The Flatmobile – World’s Lowest Street Legal Car – Design You Trust

The Flatmobile – World’s Lowest Street Legal Car


At 19 inches high, the Flatmobile is the world’s lowest street legal car. It just so happens to be a replica of the Batmobile and has a jet engine that shoots 20 foot flames out of the rear! Ground clearance is at a whopping 2 inches! You could probably park this thing under a large SUV at your local supermarket.






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