The Ford Manx was a concept car built by Ghia in 1975.
The Manx (also called the Urban) was one of the early Ghia creations using Fiesta architecture and running gear.
It was a small city car, standing just 137 centimetres tall and only 259 centimetres long.
Despite its diminutive size and short, two-door profile, this concept car could seat four people.
It was designed in the aftermath of the fuel crisis of 1973 as a solution to urban congestion and higher fuel prices.
It even had storage for luggage in a storage area in front of the driver.