Vauxhall Chevette (1975–1984) Supermini is a British car classification or vehicle size class for a small car, usually in a hatchback body style. It is an equivalent of the European B-segment or American subcompact categories. The term is also used by Euro NCAP for a size class including B-segment and the smaller A-segment cars.
The Gurgel Supermini was a small car produced in Brazil by Gurgel between 1992 and 1994. Compared to its predecessor Gurgel BR-800, the Supermini had a better finish, with improvements to the body and the engine. The engine was a naturally aspirated, water cooled, 792 cc flat-two. It was fed fuel by a single Brosol H 36 carburetor.
Supermini (also called B-segment across Europe) is a class of automobile larger than a city car but smaller than a small family car. Superminis are usually available in hatchback body styles. The term subcompact car is used for similar cars in North America.
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The DS 3 is a supermini car, produced by the French manufacturer Citroën from 2009 to 2019 and officially launched in January 2010. This was the first car in the new DS range from Citroën (pronounced déesse, which is French for goddess). Its design was inspired by the concept car Citroën DS Inside.
Subcompact car is an American classification for cars which is broadly equivalent to the B-segment (Europe) or supermini (Great Britain) classifications, and smaller than a compact car. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) car size class definition, the subcompact category sits between minicompact and compact categories.
The Corsa was Britain's second-most popular new car, and gave the marque top spot in the British supermini car sales charts for the first time. The Astra was Britain's third-best selling car that year, while the Vectra and the Zafira (a compact MPV launched in 1999) were just outside the top 10.
Gurgel BR-800 was a small Brazilian car produced between 1988 and early 1992. The project started under the acronym CENA, meaning "National Economical Car" ("Carro Econômico NAcional", in Portuguese), designed to be essentially a small car for urban daily use.