Safety.

Safety systems.

Active and passive safety systems on board your smart.

Passive safety.

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Passive safety.

tridion safety cell.

The tridion safety cell forms the core of smart's innovative safety concept, should an accident occur.

Passive safety.

Icon showing a battery.Icon showing a battery.

Passive safety.

High-voltage battery.

The safety concept for the high-voltage battery has been developed to ensure that the occupants do not come into contact with high voltage. A separate, conventional on-board electrical system with a 12 V car battery, shock-proof plugs and continuous monitoring by a dedicated 12 V interlock circuit are employed to this end. In the event of an accident, the high-voltage elements will be deactivated, depending on the severity of impact. In addition, the battery is accommodated in a robust frame in the underbody.

Passive safety.

Icon showing airbags.Icon showing airbags.

Passive safety.

Airbags fortwo.

In addition to airbags for driver and front passenger, all new smart models come with a kneebag for the driver, two pelvis/thorax bags in the driver and front passenger seat backrests and headbags in the door trim.

Passive safety.

Icon showing airbags.Icon showing airbags.

Passive safety.

Airbags forfour / cabrio.

In addition to airbags for the driver and front passenger, all new smart models come with a kneebag for the driver, two pelvis/thorax bags in the backrests of the driver's and front passenger seats and window airbags, which deploy over the windows on the side of the vehicle affected by an impact.

Active safety.

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Active safety.

Active Brake Assist.

If the radar sensors detect a risk of collision with the vehicle ahead at a speed of over 30 km/h, the Assist function with alert you with a warning tone. Should the driver fail to brake or initiate evasive manoeuvres despite the warning, slight braking is initiated autonomously. If the driver responds by braking, they will be assisted with their emergency braking

Active safety.

Icon showing Crosswind Assist.Icon showing Crosswind Assist.

Active safety.

Crosswind Assist.

In strong side winds, standard-fit Crosswind Assist detects any impairments to straight-line stability and specifically brakes individual wheels to avoid you having to counter-steer so heavily.