Peel Trident NEWS
Watch Two Grown Men Cram Into a Peel Trident and Nearly Die
- RoadandTrack.com (blog)
Meet the 1965 Peel Trident
, as introduced to us by Jalopnik's Jason Torchinsky. It was made on the Isle of Man and looks like something from The Jetsons. Although believed by many to be the worst car ever, Torchinsky offers a counterpoint. "This car ...
What It's Like To Drive A Car That's Slowly Murdering You
The Peel Trident
is one of those weird little cars that frequently shows up on those stupid “Worst Cars Ever” lists. I've always felt these lists are usually unfair and didn't take into account the context of why the car was designed. So, I was excited ...
Video: Crazy Jet-Powered Peel on the Dragstrip!
Perhaps best known to many of us courtesy of Top Gear and their famous test of the Peel P50, the now-defunct automaker from the Isle of Man also produced the Peel Trident
for a year. Slightly larger than the P50 but with a complete clear bubble roof ...
Peel Trident is probably the slowest jet-powered drag racer ever
The two-seater Peel Trident
was a sporty version of the 54-inch long and 41-inch wide one-seater P50 that first appeared in 1965. The latter model went back into production in 2010 so you can enjoy a whopping 3.6hp and 28mph top speed from a mere ...
Jet-powered Peel Trident is absurdly awesome, still slow
- Autoblog (blog)
With all of four horsepower from a 49cc engine, the Peel Trident
was never going to be a fast car, even if it was sportier than the company's preceding P50. But one microcar enthusiast has apparently set out to fix this shortcoming by building a jet ...
This is a jet-powered, drag-racing Peel
- Top Gear
When the Peel Trident
was launched way back in 1965, it packed around 4bhp. This particular Peel Trident
has more, a fact explained by the lengthy, glowing protuberance poking from its rear. It's a jet engine. And with that jet engine, this is the ...
Peel Trident with Rocket Engine Sets Absurd Drag Racing Record
This next video shows how a red Peel
is pushed to its limits on a raceway. This custom-built machine posted a top speed of 78.48mph over a quarter mile at Santa Pod Raceway. That's 126 km/h in a four-wheeler that used to measure only 1.8 meters from ...
Just cool cars: This bubbletop wowed in 1964
- USA TODAY
SEASIDE, Calif. — If the ultimate in 1960s transportation is your goal, it would be hard to beat the bubbletopped Peel Trident
. With its fiberglass body and putt-putt engine, it's a groovy car, baby. Dick Tuttle of Santa Clara, Calif., came here over ...
The Peel P50 is the World's Smallest (and Cutest) Electric Car!
- Inhabitat (blog)
With a three horsepower electric motor, neither the Peel
P50 or Trident
will be able to zoom past a Tesla Model S, but the vehicles' 15-mile range and compact exteriors makes them perfect for dense cities like San Francisco or New York. Both models are ...
The green Electric Peel Micro Car help you get around in style
- Coolest Gadgets
For those who have clocked up at least half a century in the number of birthdays over the years might just carve out a fond smile on your face when you think about the Peel Trident
, which happens to be a two-seat, three-wheeled microcar that was first ...
Peel Trident Videos
What It's Like To Drive A Car That's Slowly Murdering You
1964 Peel Trident- Space age transportation
Peel 50 Peel Trident Bubble Cars Autor: Carsten Walter
Peel Trident... Jet Power... Brands Hatch Race Circuit.
Peel Trident & P50 - World's smallest car
The Smallest Car in the World at the BBC - Top Gear - BBC
КАМЫШМАШ: Peel Trident
Peel Trident Jet Car Spins Out
Peel Trident 1965. Walkaround and drive away
Peel trident replica
Peel Trident WebSites
The Peel Trident was the second three-wheeled microcar made by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man. It was launched at the 1964 British motorcycle Show ...
1966 Peel Trident. The Isle of Man, located between England and Ireland, was home to the Peel Engineering company which produced the only car ever to originate from ...
Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum. Less a car than a 5th-grade science project on seed germination, the Peel Trident was designed and built on the Isle of Man in the 1960s ...
Peel Trident Kit Don't fancy paying £11000 for an electric Trident ? Seen how much the Bruce Wiener original sold for ? This kit was built by Andy Carter and is ...
El Peel Trident fue el segundo microcoche de tres ruedas fabricado por la empresa de ingeniería Peel en la Isla de Man. Fue fabricado durante los años 1965 y 1966.
Peel P50 Peel Trident Bond Minicar Frisky Sport Unicar.
A look at the Peel P50 and Peel Trident microcars built in Peel, Isle of Man in the mid. 1960s With kind permission of Carsten Walter. Find more info on ...
The Peel P50 might be dinky in size, puny in terms of power and paltry on passenger and luggage space, but it’s definitely big in one department – price.
The world's smallest ever production car, the Peel P50, is getting a new lease on life along with its bigger brother, the Peel Trident, with a limited production run ...
Peel Engineering is pleased to announce we are re-manufacturing a limited number of fully road legal Peel P50 and Peel Trident Cars with either 49cc Gas or Electric ...
Peel Trident Wiki
The Peel Trident was the second three-wheeled microcar made by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man. It was launched at the 1964 British motorcycle Show held at Earls Court. The seat, stated as being 2ft 7 in [31 in (787.4 mm)] wide, was intended to provide for use as an occasional two-seater.Manufactured in 1965 and 1966 and a completely new design from the earlier side-engined Peel P50 microcar, the glass-fibre shell was a monocoque with coil-sprung, undamped wheels.The Trident featured a clear bubble top and either two seats or one seat with a detachable shopping basket.In 2011, Peel Engineering Ltd started re-manufacturing the Peel Trident once again in Sutton-in-Ashfield, near Nottingham. All vehicles are hand-built to order in Petrol and Electric form.The Lakeland Motor Museum observes that the Trident's bubble top constituted grounds for its sobriquet "The Terrestrial Flying Saucer." Like its predecessor it was marketed as a "shopping car" or a "Saloon Scooter".