The Goggomobil was a series of microcars produced by the German manufacturer Glas from 1955 to 1969. One of the catchphrases associated with the Goggomobil was "Size does not matter." This phrase was used to emphasize that despite the small size of these cars, they were practical, efficient, and affordable vehicles suitable for urban commuting and addressing the post-war transportation needs in Germany.
The Goggomobil microcars were known for their compact dimensions, which made them well-suited for navigating through crowded city streets and provided an economical means of transportation during an era of fuel scarcity. Despite their small size, they offered a clever and space-efficient design that maximized interior room and comfort.
The phrase "Size does not matter" highlighted the idea that the Goggomobil's diminutive size did not compromise its functionality and practicality, making it a popular choice for urban commuters and those looking for an affordable and efficient mode of transportation.