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Brabus Ultimate E Concept at the IAA: All photos and data

Stefan Baldauf /Guido ten Brink
Brabus Ultimate E Concept at the IAA
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I n cooperation with Kreisel Electric has given the bright yellow study 'Brabus Zero Emission' an electric motor across the rear axle. This has an output of 204 hp (150 kW) and is expected to catapult the two-seater from zero to 100 km /h in 4.5 seconds. Brabus states a top speed of 180 km /h.

Brabus Smart with the lightest rims in the world

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The interior pops: blue leather and yellow accents make the Brabus Ultimate E Concept an eye-catcher inside as well.

The small concept car is currently still in the driving test, but the 'consumption' should be 139 kWh per 100 kilometers. The little speedster has a range of up to 190 kilometers; according to the NEDC cycle, it is 158 kilometers. A 22 kWh lithium-ion battery was installed in the Brabus Ultimate E Concept, which is particularly light. The study weighs a total of 1,085 kilos. Charging to 80 percent on a wallbox should only take 30 minutes.

Of course, Brabus does not leave it with the standard body of the Smart Fortwo in the Brabus version, but installs a widebody kit. Thanks to the finishes on the front and rear axles, the 18-inch light alloy rims with wide tires (205/35 on the front axle and 235/30 on the rear axle) also fit. At 6.7 kg at the front and 7.1 kg at the rear, these are among the world's lightest 18-inch wheels, according to Brabus. For the IAA study, the rims are painted black with yellow accents. In addition to the wider fenders, the sills, front spoiler and rear diffuser have also been relaunched.

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Even the in-house oneSaddlery was allowed to let off steam at the Smart by Brabus. As a contrast to the yellow paintwork, the interior has blue Mastik leather with yellow decorative stitching. To match the color of the car, details such as the instrument for the charge indicator and clock and the ventilation rings on the dashboard have been painted.

The panel that frames the instrument cluster, the levers for the indicators and windshield wipers and the door handles also glow in bright yellow. Stainless steel pedals as well as gear knobs and handbrake levers made of aluminum also give it a racing look. There are also stainless steel footrests, velor floor mats with the Brabus logo and illuminated door sills. By the way: Depending on customer interests, a small series of the Smart Ultimate E could be built.

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