Smart has revealed a new version of its fortwo at the 2008 LA Auto Show, the fortwo Brabus.
Smart has revealed a new variant of its fortwo at the 2008 LA Auto Show, but how good is a high-performance version of an uber-thrifty car?
The Smart ED prototype's been given the once-over by Brabus, which has painted it spearmint green and white, fitted a matching interior, and added some cool new gadgets.
Tuning specialist Brabus -- producers of souped-up versions of cars from Mercedes, Smart et al -- has announced it will produce an enhanced version of the electric sports car
The first all-electric supercar gets an audible upgrade.
Can you believe that Brabus stuffed a conference room into a van?
The EDAG LUV concept uses technology from Brabus and Intel.
The Smart Brabus Electric Drive incorporates a gadget that may save the lives of the visually challenged--a sound generator that mimics the noise made by a traditional internal combustion engine.
The sound on this concept car doesn't come from the internal speakers--it's generated by an external loudspeaker positioned toward the front of the car.
The Smart ED has been given the once-over by German tuning company Brabus, which has jammed some cool tech inside, including an external speaker that makes it sound like a starship