Seriously, why would you not name this car “Janus”?
German motorcycle manufacturer Zündapp took on this two-faced microcar from aircraft manufacturer Dornier. It was a four-seater unlike any other: the front seats faced front, and the rear seats faced back. The two doors were positioned accordingly. Somewhere in the middle was a tiny engine, a two-stroke single displacing 15 cubic inches and delivering 14 hp, good for about 50 mph if the wind is with you. Suspension was MacPherson struts all around; brakes were ventilated drums. Zündapp built 6902 of them in 1957-58 before giving up on the idea.
You’ve seen this style before, of course, in Cars 2:
Professor Zündapp is an international weapons designer with a couple of AMC losers for, um, henchmobiles. Unlike the actual car, he has but a single face.
(Via Road & Track.)