Guinness World Records released its 2014 Edition late last week and one of the highlights (or should that be 'low-lights'?) for motoring fans is this little creation by Austin Coulson of Arizona.
In stark contrast to the behemoths you'd expect to find in his part of the world, Coulson's machine is now officially the smallest roadworthy car in the world.
It's a mere 1263mm long and 654mm wide, which means the “I'm Big” personalised number plate only holds true if you're comparing it to a toy car.
Powered by a 110cc single-cylinder petrol engine linked to a CVT transmission, the car manages just 53km/h, and although it is technically roadworthy, it’s legally restricted to roads with a speed limit of 40km/h.
Yet, according to Coulson, 53km/h in this car feels more like 160km/h: “There's no suspension, so it is scary.”
However this car does have numerous advantages, he adds. If he can't find a parking, for instance, he can just drive it right through the front door and park inside.