The Bow-V-Car was an English cyclecar manufactured from 1922 to 1923 by the Plycar Company of Upper Norwood, London. The car was designed by Charles Frederick Beauvais who was later better known as a stylist working for coachbuilders New Avon Body Company.
It had an integral chassis/body made largely of plywood, and used a rear-mounted, air-cooled, 10 hp vee-twin Precision engine with three-speed-and-reverse gearbox. Final drive to the rear axle was by chain.
With two seat open body the car was advertised at £165. Very few were made.