The video is part of Renault's efforts to introduce the Twizy to 18,000 students at 16 Portuguese universities, letting them know that the all-electric quadricycle can be driven without a license (if you get behind the wheel of the version limited to a 45 kilometer per hour top speed, anyway).
Renault seems to like using the Twizy as a stunt device. The car has been plugged into the Eiffel Tower, been covered in macarons and been drifted. This new library thing , which was shot at the faculty of science in Lisbon, isn't the first time we've seen a small car drive into a building (Top Gear's office visit in a Peel P50 is one memorable early offender), but we still appreciate the idea. Check out Renault's video below.