Smart is a German automotive company and a division of Daimler AG based out of Germany. It primarily produced subcompact and microcars which include the ForTwo, ForFour, and Cabrio. The company has pushed some power performance to these micro cars with the Brabus treatment in collaboration with Mercedes-Benz.
The three models with the Brabus variant uses the newly developed Renault-derived turbocharged three-cylinder turbocharged 898cc petrol engine which produces an increased power output of 107bhp, an increase of 19bhp. The torque kicks at 170Nm which is an increase of 35Nm.
The new series is of subtle exterior styling upgrade differentiates the new Brabus models from the standard variant. The styling includes a butch front bumper and an extended spoiler, the rear bumper features a matt grey diffuser element and chrome tailpipes and standard Brabus alloy wheels.
Further changes for the triple compact cars includes the drivetrain to equip the Smart six-speed dual clutch Twinamic gearbox, which is a standard on all Brabus variants. The new race start function and the shorter ratio claims to push the triple 40 percent faster response, thanks to the new adoption of a revised software.
Smart said that the triple which is powered by the Brabus can go from 0-100km/h in 9.5 seconds with a top of 166km/h for the two-door coupe and Cabrio. The ForFour, the four-seat model of the Brabus Smart triple will go from 0-100km/h in 10.5 seconds and a top speed of 180km/h.
The prices for the triple starts at £16,320 (Rs 14.26 lakh) for the smart Brabus ForTwo. The smart Brabus ForFour costs £16,815 (Rs 14.69 lakh), while the smart Brabus Cabrio is available from £18,460 (Rs 16.13 lakh).