There have been a lot of interesting developments recently at the Geneva Motor Show, however the most exciting had to be the Limited Edition Smart fortwo!
Many of you will know of a company called BRABUS, some of you will be BRABUS seekers. For those of you who don’t know who they are, they’re a very specialist tuning company that focus on making Mercedes-Benz, Smart and Maybach vehicles truly ‘out of this world’.

Smart fortwo Cabrio BRABUS Edition

BRABUS have been tinkering with the Smart fortwo, and they’ve made it look stunning. It may not be for everyone, but for the lucky few that get to own them, as only 200 are likely to be made, the BRABUS Edition looks to bring a fresh new style to the Smart fortwo. 

Exterior Highlights

The BRABUS edition is based on the brilliant Passion specification, and features the 89bhp turbo petrol engine and a dual clutch gearbox. The modifications include a vibrant new matt blue paint job, and a slick new tailor-made titanium grey soft-top roof. The external wouldn’t be complete without BRABUS badges to showcase the BRABUS touch.

Interior Highlights

The inside of the fortwo Cabrio has had some major work including the addition of Dinamica premium seats in stunning grey, the new seats also feature stylish honeycomb quilting around the cushioned areas .

BRABUS Sports Package

The new BRABUS edition Smart fortwo comes complete with the BRABUS Sports Package. The sports package includes a host of extra options including a new front spoiler, lowered sports suspension, Monoblock IX alloy wheels and a 3-spoke sports steering wheel with shift paddles.

We expect to have the BRABUS Smart fortwo Cabrio available from May but if you’re interested we strongly recommend getting in touch with us to register your interest as there’s such limited availability! To learn more about the BRABUS edition of the fortwo Cabrio, click here.

Click here to contact the Sandown smart Team.

Added: 29 March 2016

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