The Rogers Rascal was first unveiled at the Auto Expo in Los Angeles (USA) in 1980. Manufactured by Rogers Inter Auto Inc. of Vancouver (USA) the Rascal was a microvan that was constructed with parts from a cross section of 15 countries. The vehicle was powered by an air cooled 4-stroke Fiat engine that was fed through a 4 speed gearbox to the back weeks. The body was made from fibreglass which helped reduce its weight to 900lbs whilst giving it a top speed of around 75mph at 60mpg. The interior of the Rascal offered seating for two adults and two children whilst still having 50 cubic feet of luggage space with a maximum payload of 500lbs.
A convertible prototype was also planned to appear at the Auto Expo in 1985 though its not known whether this was actually created or not as to whether many of these vehicles were sold.