The German tuners from Brabus prepared a package for the electric version of Smart ForTwo. Brabus operated both performance and aesthetic upgrades, the new model following to be revealed at Geneva.
Under the bonnet sits an electric motor developing 80 horsepower and 135 Nm of torque, no performance figures being available at the moment.
The zero-emission tiny vehicle sports a new two-color exterior finish along with 16-inch (front) and 17-inch (rear) Brabus Monoblock VII alloy wheels, new front spoiler and revised optical blocks.
“The smart BRABUS electric drive is our sports car with a green heart. Electric driving in the city is more fun than ever with this 2.69 metre short bundle of power,” commented Smart CEO, Annette Winkler.
At the interior, the customers will benefit from matching green finish for door handles, revised instrument panel, new black leather seats, revised handbrake lever and also stainless steel pedals. All these components available at the interior are part of the Brabus Xclusive accessories line.
More details about pricing and availability to be available after the Geneva debut.