Specially for the British market, Smart has teamed up with the entertainment company ‘Disturbing London’ to bring the Brabus versions of Fortwo and Forfour to the road as an exclusive special model.
Two black varnishes and details in rose gold
The distributors of the Disturbing London Edition are presented in matte black lacquer at the front and a glossy black lacquer on the rest of the body, accentuated in rose gold at the front spoiler, radiator grille, swellers, exterior mirrors as well as at the rim edges of the black Brabus wheels. Park sensors are integrated in the rear bumper, while the Brabus exhaust system with two tailpipes is underneath.
Also in the interior, the special model shows various color accents in rose gold, for example on the decor strips, borders of the gauges and ventilation nozzles as well as the steering wheel spokes. Add to this the finest leather in light beige with diamond stitching on the seats. A special plaque with the logo of Disturbing London in on the gear lever. The standard equipment includes the height-adjustable steering wheel, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, the media package with touch-screen display and electrically adjustable exterior mirrors.
Performance – 90 instead of the possible 109 hp
All variants of the special model are powered by the 66 kW / 90 hp three-cylinder turbocharged engine with a displacement of 0.9 liters. Its power is transmitted by the rear-mounted drive to the rear wheels via a six-speed dual-clutch transmission. Why the Disturbing London Edition accents of Brabus, but not the performance increase to 109 hp, remains a secret of Smart.
Smart calls GBP 15,895 for the Fortwo in the UK and GBP 16,390 for the Forfour in the Disturbing London Edition. The basic price for the convertible is not included in the press release.