Prototypes of the Smart ForFour Brabus and Renault Twingo “GT” have been spied testing in Sierra Nevada, Spain.
Prototypes of the Smart ForFour Brabus and Renault Twingo "GT" (not confirmed) have been spied testing in Sierra Nevada, Spain.
Our colleagues from DiarioMotor snapped a few pictures with the more powerful versions of the ForFour ant Twingo slated to come out in 2015. Both of them will likely share a 3-cylinder 0.9-liter TCe turbocharged gasoline engine developing approximately 110 - 120 PS (81 - 88 kW) which would represent a significant bump over the stock 90 PS (66 kW) output.
Besides packing more horsepower, the pocket rockets will also feature a slightly more aggressive body matched with beefier wheels and a dual exhaust system. While the hotter ForTwo and ForFour will wear the Brabus badge, the moniker of the meaner Twingo is not known at this moment but it will likely end up being "GT" taking into consideration Renault has ruled out the "RS" nameplate, saying that at least 150 PS (110 kW) are necessary to be worthy of the designation.
Since the all-new Renault Twingo was the first to come out, expect the "GT" to be unveiled in March 2015 at the Geneva Motor Show, followed a few months later by the ForTwo & ForFour Brabus.
Additional spy pics can be found at the source link below.