Let's jump right into the ForStars' most interesting feature: the LCD projector that's located in what at first appears to be a hood scoop. When parked, a plastic visor can be retracted to expose the projector's lens.
Drivers are able to project movies or other video onto a nearby wall while parked. Loudspeakers in the door share the accompanying audio with nearby viewers. It's like a having a drive-in theater wherever you go.
The ForStars' glass roof lets passengers literally see the stars. Outside of the projector gimmick and the glass roof, the ForStars is a remix of elements we've seen on previous Smart concepts and production cars.
Starting with a body that's based on the Smart for-us concept that debuted at the Detroit Motor Show, the ForStars gives us a fairly good idea of what the automaker's next corporate face will look like.
The Smart ForTwo features one of the most minimal cabins on the road today. The ForStars ups the aesthetic ante with glossy paint all over, but doesn't really add much in the way of dashboard technology.
The smart ForStars rolls on 21-inch wheels wrapped in 245-width, ZR-rated Michelin sports tires. That's probably overkill for a car that outputs less than 100 pound-feet of torque, but it sure looks nice.