Sunsky (Jaheo Jung) made a small city car for the 12th BrickInside Creation Contest. City Hunter his its nickname.
He has used several Technic soft axles of different lengths, to give the car some smooth surface curves and quite a distinctive look.
However I'd say the aesthetics part is not the unique or even the most distinctive feature from this roadster.
Despite its size, City Hunter still has some nice working features, like opening doors, one working two cylinder motor and the front wheels also steer of course.
It was exactly the steering function in a car this size, that required some innovation.
See the images below and look how Sunsky managed to make the wheels steer, without using any specific Technic steering parts.
Also a special note for the very small seats, which still present however some adjustments, as you you can notice from the images below.
The steering wheel is also adjustable, despite only seen from the video.
Simple, effective and adorable!
For additional images, you can look at Sunsky Brickshelf folder, or even more from the original City Hunter presentation page at BrickInside (although in Korean).