If you think you’ve never seen the three-wheeled creation you above, you’re wrong.
That’s because seven years after the Bond Bug debuted in 1970, it graced the silver screen in a little film called Star Wars, where it starred as the chassis of Luke Skywalker's
Produced from 1970 to 1974, the two-seater — which used 45-degree-angled mirrors to hide its wheels in the film — relied on a front-mounted 700cc engine for its puny 29 ponies of power.
Bond Bug (6 images)
Technically classified as a motorcycle, the 870-pound British microcar was almost exclusively offered with a tangerine paint job and Bond Cars
Despite serving as Skywalker's speedy steed, the Bug was not a huge commercial success and it’s now estimated fewer than 200 models are still driving on the wrong side of the road today.