2 020 Smart has put an end to the installation of internal combustion engines. In the rear of the small car there will then no longer be any diesel or gasoline engine - only electric motors. So that the combustion engines do not disappear secretly, quietly and quietly, Smart has also devised the Final Collector's Edition based on the Smart Fortwo Cabriolet, which accompanies the Fortwo on its final combustion journey.
The idea of Edition: 21 years of Smart, 21 vehicles, 21 years always one step ahead. The vehicles of the limited collection, which were designed by the designer Konstantin Grcic and implemented in collaboration with Brabus, leave the factory in August 2019. Presumably they all end up in the garages of some collectors.
Special model relies on two colors
In addition to a combustion engine in the rear, these 21 models make their special yellow and matt black paintwork special. The rims on both axles are also colored accordingly. There is also the lettering # 21 on the flanks. In the interior, buyers can expect floor mats with yellow edging, an aluminum handbrake lever with “one of 21” lettering, yellow door panels and a yellow dashboard as well as a driver's seat with yellow contrasting stitching and yellow surfaces. There is also # 21 embroidery on the headrests and a corresponding logo on the gear knob. The special equipment is rounded off by special door sills. The special models are powered by the 90 hp petrol engine.
Price from 41,000 euros
The price of the special edition is also out of the ordinary. Smart Fortwo Final Collector’s Edition costs a whopping 41,000 euros in Germany, where 14 of the 21 models on offer will remain. In Italy, where the remaining seven vehicles are on offer, the price is 43,000 euros. But that does not seem to have been an obstacle for prospective buyers, because all 21 copies are already sold out.