2015 Smart Fortwo and Forfour

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Smart car brand is continuing its takeover as Daimler pulls the curtain back on both the 2015 Fortwo and Forfour.

The tiny, economical vehicles have seen a slew of upgrades, from performance to aesthetics. Both the 2-door and 4-door offerings will be available with three-cylinder engines from Mercedes-Benz that pump out your choice of 60 horsepower, 71hp or 90 hp. All 3 options are available in either a 5-speed manual transmission or a twnamic automatic dual clutch transmission. The vehicle has also been outfitted with an optimized De Dion rear axle which helped increase spring travel, and a new front axle has also helped improved the turning radius. Both options are slated to hit the European markets at the end of this year, and will available in your choice of 40 different color combinations.

smart fortwo, BR C453, 2014 / smart forfour, BR W453, 2014

smart fortwo, BR C453, 2014

smart fortwo, BR C453, 2014

smart forfour, BR W453, 2014

smart forfour, BR W453, 2014

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Der neue smart forfour, 2014 The new smart forfour, 2014

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