Americans and Canadians had to pour one out for microcar brand Smart earlier this year. Daimler officially announced after a decade that the pint-size cars would leave the market. But, at home in Europe, the Smart car lives on.

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Smart debuted the next-generation EQ Fortwo and EQ Forfour models.

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Following up on Smart's promise to end internal-combustion engines, these two cars are totally electric and give us a look at what North Americans will miss out on.

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The EQ Fortwo is the closest to what Americans will remember as the Smart car.

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The interior is more digital than ever, with an 8-inch touchscreen in the center of the console.

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The Fortwo will remain available as a convertible as well.

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There's also room for two coffee cups thanks to a removable cup holder. Those are big things when we're talking about a car as small as the Smart.

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From the rear, this is still very much a Smart, but the fancy taillight treatment does spice things up a bit. It's hard for me to fall in love with the Fortwo proportions, however. You either love it or hate it, but at least the car owns it.

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The model Americans certainly won't recall, the Forfour, is Smart's take on the more traditional sedan.

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For the first time, the Fortwo and Forfour don't share a corporate face either. Instead of the perky face found on the Fortwo, the Forfour gets a somewhat more aggressive face with a different lower grille and headlights angled in a different fashion.

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Keep clicking to see more of the Fortwo, Forfour and Fortwo Cabrio.

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