Icey cool car, thanks. I was quite surprised to see that many interesting cars in Iceland since I didn't think there was enough roads to support them ...so I searched and found this tidbit about the road networks:
Less than a third of Iceland ’s total road network is paved (2,262 miles of paved road vs. 5,774 miles of gravel or dirt road). Most of the 900-mile ring road (Highway 1) that encircles the country is paved, but many other roads outside the capital, especially those that run through the center of the country, are dirt or gravel tracks. Even those roads that are paved tend to be narrow and lack a shoulder or margin. Most bridges are only one lane wide, requiring drivers to be cognizant of oncoming traffic.