Daimler-owned microcar manufacturer Smart began as the brain-child of Swatch watch founder Nicolas Hayek. Urban dwellers in the US now have the choice between gas and electric powered versions of the ultra-compact ForTwo model.
This sleek four-seat EV has a 3D-globe infotainment interface and funky lighting.
The minicar makes its debut at the 2021 IAA Munich Auto Show.
The two companies are entering in a joint venture to produce "premium and intelligent electrified vehicles" for the Chinese and German markets.
The electric Smarts get a nice overhaul, but won't be sold in the US.
The ForTwo Final Collector's Edition is being built by Brabus and styled by Konstantin Grcic.
Smart's done in the US and going electric-only in the rest of the world, but these last 21 cars are still packing three cylinders of fury.
It has sold fewer than 100 cars each month in 2019 thus far.
Smart will launch a new China-built model by 2022.