/2012 smart fortwo Facelift Revealed

2012 smart fortwo Facelift Revealed

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From Spring the smart fortwo city car will get a fresh new look (sort of) and upgraded interior.

Although the new fortwo gets a number of new body panels, a larger radiator grille with integrated logo, striking front aprons in a new design, horizontally arranged LED daytime driving lights, new side skirts and modified rear aprons, it still looks pretty much the same as the current fortwo.

That’s not necessarily a ad thing, seeing as the car has now turned into a design icon. A very tiny icon, but an icon nonetheless.

The new model comes with a choice of three new alloy wheels: the smart fortwo passion comes with a new 9-spoke alloy wheel; two additional alloy wheels fitted with wide tyres and featuring a 3-spoke and 3-twin-spoke design respectively round off the range.

There is also seven colors to choose from, including this cool matt anthracite you see here, in addition to the three soft top colours for the smart cabrio which were previously available from the smart programme (black, red, blue). The smart Brabus Xclusive can be had in black or white and offers six other soft top colours.

Changes inside the cabin are subtle, and include a fresh leather/fabric combination for the seats, an imitation leather/fabric mix for the door trims and black imitation leather for the instrument panel in combination with a grey knee pad.

The engine lineup and trim levels remain the same, which means you can have the car in pure, pulse, passion, BRABUS and BRABUS Xclusive trims and with six engines, including electric drive and micro hybrid versions.

Prices start at 10,275 Euro.

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