Design.

smart fortwo – design

Completely new. And typically smart.

The ease with which you glide into small parking spaces might be all that reminds you that you are actually sitting in a small car. The interior is surprisingly spacious, with materials that are a pleasure to look at and touch and smooth design lines you will enjoy with every kilometre you drive.

Many surfaces are covered with fabric and feature colour combinations ranging from stylish to extravagant.The smart fortwo has not only gained in terms of design and quality - you are also sure to notice the ten centimetres more width in the interior, giving it a new, fresh look.

Fuel consumption (combined) 4.1 l/100 km,
CO2 emissions (combined) 93 g/kmThese figures do not refer to an individual vehicle but serve solely as a comparison between different vehicle types. 



Exterior.

smart fortwo – exterior colour concept

Two-tone. One-off.

Typically smart and unmistakable: the smart fortwo combines familiar design features such as the two-colour concept consisting of tridion safety cell and bodypanels with new ideas and details. The result is a design that clearly stands out from the other cars on the road and makes the city a little bit more exciting.

smart fortwo exterior – wheel range

Wheel rims.

Alloy or steel wheels, black or silver, spokes or twin spokes: The different rim designs cater to every wish.

smart fortwo exterior – lamp design

Lamp design.

Shining highlights: on request, the front lights in a clear glass look with halogen lamps welcome you with the optional welcome function and elegantly curved, integrated daytime driving lights featuring LED fibre-optic technology.

smart fortwo design – panoramic roof

Panoramic roof.

The 1.2 square metre panoramic roof made of breakage-resistant polycarbonate brings more light to the interior and creates a greater feeling of spaciousness. It consists of two segments of laminated glass at the front and single-layer safety glass at the rear. An infinitely adjustable fabric sunblind provides shade when needed. What’s more, a slight tint keeps 60% of the sun’s energy and 100% of UV radiation outside.