The Peel Trident, designed by Cyril Cannell, was first produced by the Peel Engineering Co from 1965–1966, and reintroduced by Peel Engineering Ltd in 2011.
The Cambro was a three-wheeled, single-seat cyclecar made in 1920–1921 by the Central Aircraft Company of Northolt, Middlesex. It was one of the cheapest cars on the market.
The Buckland B3 is a three-wheeler car designed and built by Dick Buckland from 1985 until 1999.
The three-wheeled Grenville Steam Carriage was probably completed in about 1890. Capable of carrying four passengers, it did however require a crew of two – a fireman and a driver – to operate it.
The Bond Bug is a small British two-seat, three-wheeled automobile, built from 1970 to 1974 by the Reliant Motor Company. Based on a modified version of the Reliant Robin chassis, with mechanical components from the Reliant Regal, its distinctive feature is its bright tangerine wedge-shaped body.
The Scoot-Mobile is a three-wheeled motor vehicle the prototype for which was produced in 1947. The body was a modified aircraft fuel tank, and the wheels also came from an aircraft.
The Stimson Sting is a three-wheeled motor vehicle designed by Barry Stimson. Available as a kit car, it was introduced into the UK in 2002 and continued in production until 2007.
The DRK is a three-wheeled kit car produced by DRK Kits of Ellesmere Port, England, between 1987 and 1998.
The Harper Runabout is a three-wheeled motor vehicle designed by Robert Harper and manufactured from 1921 until 1926.
The Fuji Cabin is a three-wheeled microcar produced by Fuji Toshuda Motors of Tokyo, Japan, from 1957 until 1958.