The Mercedes-owned French car maker Smart revealed the details and pricing of a new special edition Fortwo model for the British market. It is the Danish-inspired Smart Fortwo BoConcept which features special interior and exterior appointments, and priced from £11,940 OTR for the coupe and from £13,440 OTR for the cabrio.
On the outside, the Fortwo BoConcept matt crystal white body panels garnished with light lemon mirror caps and accents on the 15-inch nine-spoke alloy wheels. Interior design follows the same theme, only ore exuberant.
You get tobacco brown leather-look seats teamed grey quilted fabric inlays and light lemon double stitching. There is also a two-spoke leather steering wheel with matching light lemon double stitching.
In terms of features and equipment, Smart Fortwo BoConcept comes with a 71 bhp engine, highline multimedia and navigation system with 6.5-inch touch-screen, Bluetooth, iPod interface and CD/DVD player, air conditioning and electric windows.
What Smart should be doing instead of making special editions of the stupid fortwo is revive the brilliant smart roadster they used make in 2003. That car had all the properties of a small and efficient city car, but it was nice to look at and had the soul of a true sports car.