/Special Spring Edition: smart fortwo greystyle

Special Spring Edition: smart fortwo greystyle

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smart, as the trendiest most lifestyly vehicle on the market comes with a new special editions almost every week! Here’s the new one, edition greystyle, which comes obviously in grey! They say it is actually the Spring editions of the smart fortwo and comes as a coupe and cabrio. This version also comes with new interior trimming and exclusive 15-inch rims.

The fortwo greystyle features an exclusive matt grey finish combined with a black tridion cell as standard. 15 inch alloy wheels with six spokes are also exclusive to the special model, as are yellow mirror caps that bear the edition lettering and provide a dynamic contrast. Fog lights underline the sporty character and complement the distinctive exterior look.

The interior is restyled using an exclusive combination of fabric and leather with yellow accents and trim parts gleaming in yellow and matt chrome determine the ambience. The yellow accent colour is also found in the double stitching of the top quality nappa leather seats – the same leather used in premium Mercedes-Benz models. The gear knob and the three spoke sports steering wheel with steering wheel gearshift and yellow stitching are also covered with leather, and are bespoke to this model.

The standard equipment includes exclusive floor mats featuring the edition logo and the MP3-compatible CD radio smart radio 9. Electric power steering, heated seats, a lockable glove compartment and the smart sound system with MP3 interface are optionally available.

smart greyatyle can be had with either a 52 kW (71 hp) petrol or a micro-hybrid powertrain with 62 kW (84 hp). Prices start from €16,135 in Germany.

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