Smart has recently introduced new entry-level versions for the new generations of the ForTwo and ForFour.
The new generation of the Smart ForTwo and ForFour are now getting ready to become even more affordable to their future customers as the company has introduced a new entry-level version to the two models. According to the car manufacturer, the entry-level vehicles have been equipped with the LED daytime running lights, with exterior temperature indicator, cruise control, monochrome LCD display in the instrument cluster, immobilizer, power front windows, central locking and several other tweaks to make them appealing in the eyes of their future buyers.
As far as power goes, the two city cars are coming, obviously, with the 1.0 liter three-cylinder engine under their hoods, which is producing a total output of 60 HP (45 kW) and 91 Nm (67 lb-ft) of torque, enough for a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint of 15.6 seconds in the ForTwo and 16.7 seconds in the larger ForFour. Top speed stands at 151 km/h (94 mph), so you simply cannot call the two vehicles “agile”. Prices for the two cars will start from 10,335 EUR and 10,995 EUR, respectively, including the 19 percent VAT, in Germany. Deliveries will begin this January.