At a little over 10 feet long, the iQ is one of the most parkable cars around, and even offers a rear seat, but a short wheelbase makes for a quirky ride.
The iQ, built by Toyota, is sold under the Scion brand in the US.
Read the 2014 Scion iQ review.
At just over 10 feet long, the iQ is easily parked in congested cities.
The iQ's 1.3-liter engine produces 94 horsepower.
In many ways, the iQ is an impressive feat of automotive packaging.
Although it's a small car, there is a large blind spot on the left side.
The iQ is only available as a two-door hatchback.
With the rear seats down, there is 16.7 cubic feet of cargo space.
With the rear seats up, the cargo space disappears.
Although the iQ is a cheap car, Scion does a good job with the interior design.
This molded door handle also holds a tweeter.
The rear seat offers some room, but will only be comfortable for short trips.
Scion offers many standard features, such as steering-wheel controls for the audio system.
The shifter controls a continuously variable transmission.
Even the instrument cluster employs a space-saving design.
The navigation system is an option. Without it, you still get a touch screen.
The iQ includes the usual run of modern, digital audio sources.
The LCD shows album art when playing music from drives and devices connected to the USB port.
The iQ even looks good in its reflection.