The Peel Trident was the second three-wheeled microcar made by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man. It was manufactured in 1965 and 1966.
Derived from the earlier Peel P50 microcar, the Trident featured a clear bubble top and either two seats or one seat with a detachable shopping basket.
The Lakeland Motor Museum observes that the Trident’s bubble top constituted grounds for its sobriquet “The Terrestrial Flying Saucer.”
Like its predecessor it was marketed as a “shopping car” or a “Saloon Scooter”