The Toyota iQ city car isn’t quite as clever as it used to be. That's mainly down to price, with the larger Toyota Aygo and new budget cars like the Dacia Sandero coming in well under the iQ's £10,000 price point. But there's still nothing else on the UK market quite like it. At only three metres long – a smidge longer than a smart car – its compact dimensions make it easy to park and zip around town. But its party trick is being able to fit four occupants inside its tiny body. This is thanks to a dashboard design that positions the front passenger slightly forward of the driver. That means in reality we’re talking about two adults, a teenager and a car seat rather than four grown-ups – but that's still impressive. If the iQ is your only car, planning will be key – will you need all your passenger space or do you need to use the boot? You can’t do both, alas. It's a little scary on the motorway, too, but very few cars beat it in the city environment it's designed for.