Power: 8.5 hp
Estimate: $75,000 – $100,000
The Reyonnah’s calling card was not its three-wheel design, its boat-like nose, or its 175-cc single-cylinder engine. Instead, the French microcar’s claim to fame only became evident when it was time to park the car, as the nose could be lifted and the front suspension arms tucked beneath the body to decrease the vehicle’s overall width. Not only did this preserve space when parking on crowded city streets, but it also allowed owners to carry the car through garden gates and potentially into their house. Very few actually did, as only about 17 Reyonnahs were ever built.