Comparing cars’ length, width, and height via an easy-to-use interface, the site does for you what the parking lot did for me: line ‘em up like fighters weighing in before a title bout. We plugged in a few other models for comparison with some surprising results. For example, the Toyota 86 and C7 Chevy Corvette were actually fairly close in size, despite the idea that one is typically considered a nimble sports car and the other is a Corvette.
Similarly, the itty-bitty 1960s Lotus Elan was hilariously smaller than anything on the road today. You’ll see that not only does an Elan size almost between the hubs and below the door handles of a Cadillac Escalade, but also the Elan could live in the shadow cast by an ND MX-5 Miata.
And so on. I’ll be the first to admit that it’s hard to gauge the size of other cars when they’re alone on the road or in a parking lot far from anything else. Measuring them up to other cars side by side reveals their relative specifications. Of course, anyone with a ruler could do the same but a visual reference uncovers much more than the tale of the tape could specify. Check the car sizes at Carsized.