The AC Petite was a family of microcars that was introduced in 1952. The Petite was a rear-engined three-wheeler, fitted with one wheel in the front and two in the rear. This series of cars only featured two seats, and featured a notchback saloon body style. Power came from a 350cc single cylinder engine driving the rear wheels. Production of the AC Petite lasted until 1957, with an estimated 4000 examples built.