Not the Smartest thing to do
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Ive always wanted a Smart, but was always afraid that my friends would laugh in my face and continuously mock me with vicious attacks regarding my sexuality, boys will be boys after all I never did buy a Smart car but after coming to China and seeing that some boys were obviously gay but living the straight life I decided that even Icould buy a Smart car and be at least somewhat straight looking! Alas, Smart cars are not to be found in China, I did a good amount of research on the situation, even looking at importing a right hand drive one for use on Chinese roads but the cost always outweighed the want.
A company in Shandong, whose CEO must push his gigantic balls around in a wheelbarrow, created and produced Smart replica in August but has since stopped due to complaints from Daimler-Chrysler. The Chinese made Huo Yun EV is actually completely different from the Smart in the fact that is an electric vehicle and not a gasoline powered engine. It has a top speed of 31mph (not much faster than those damned scooter/moped things that plague Chinese cities) and a range of 75 miles once its batteries are fully topped up. Im going to see if I can find one for sale, just for the novelty factor.