This is the Nahverkehrsfahrzeug. Don't ask us, we're not sure how to say it either. Just call it the NAFA for short. It was made in 1981 and was a brand-bending concept from Mercedes-Benz that ended up as the precursor for the A-Class and the Smart ForTwo. The tiny vehicle, which basically looks like a chopped-off front end of an old Mazda minivan, was 2.50 meters long, 1.50 meters wide, and 1.50 meters tall. It's even got the side-sliding doors, and those ridiculous rims top off this magnificent midget.

[via Serious Wheels]