Li Shi Guang Ming The Book of Songs

All of Li Shi Guang Ming’s cars are more than worthy of being included on this forum, but it’s the defunct company’s The Book of Songs (and, yes, that’s its actual name) that is the oddest.

For just a hair under $8,000, you too can drive an electric car that boasts both the appeal of a clown shoe and the thrills that only a 28 mph top speed can bring.

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“Can you go move the Book of Songs…” Oh shut up.

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Nah the Peel P50 is superior

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Goofy ah name

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Actually no. The Peel P50 was a 1900s tiny 3 wheeler. This one looks like a stylized 2000s microcar. Rear end of the body is reminiscent of the iconic Peel Trident, but with 4 wheels.