Zero driving emissions. Infinite possibilities.
With a range of up to 99 miles** on a single charge, smart electric drive offers all the convenience and enjoyment of a regular smart but with zero driving emissions.
Ever the innovators, we’re also one of the only car manufacturers in the world to offer our full range of vehicles in electric form: from the smart fortwo coupé to the smart forfour.
Fun to drive.
Unlike petrol cars, electric cars deliver power to your wheels as soon as you push on the pedal, with no lag time. So the smart electric drive feels even more agile and responsive than its petrol-powered counterpart.
It’s efficient too, using a regenerative braking system to harness kinetic energy, every time you slow down this is energy that helps charge the battery.
charging at home
The fastest way to charge your smart electric drive is by connecting it to a purpose-built wallbox using the supplied charging cable. Ideal for your garage, carport or company car park, a wallbox will charge the battery from 20—100% in just 3.5 hours.
You can also charge your smart electric drive from any domestic power socket but it takes a little longer: 20—100% in around 6 hours.
charging on the road
You’ve probably noticed electric charging stations cropping up across the UK — from motorway services to supermarkets and public car parks. And they’re only going to become more commonplace as electric vehicles become more popular.
Most of these charging stations support the Type 2 connector of your smart electric drive. So if your battery’s running low, you’ll never have to look too far for a top-up.
charging stations near you
At home, at your workplace, near to your supermarket: where is the nearest charging station? Find public and semi-public charging facilities for your electric car – worldwide.
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*The OLEV grant is subject to terms and conditions and eligibility may be revised or withdrawn at any time without prior notice.
*From 20—100% charge in approx. 3.5 hours when charging at a wallbox. Depending on the local electricity infrastructure and the charging current set on the charging cable.
**New European Driving Cycle. The figure shown relates to the smart fortwo coupé and was obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process (Sec. 2, Nos. 5, 6, 6a of the German Ordinance on Fuel Consumption Labelling for Cars [Pkw-EnVKV] in the applicable version). The figures are not based on an individual vehicle. They are provided solely for the purpose of comparing different vehicle models. It is common that differences occur in real driving conditions compared with these certified laboratory values.