Smart has teamed up with eyewear maker MOSCOT for a special edition of the outgoing ForTwo Cabrio.


Limited to 100 cars, the special edition was designed to celebrate MOSCOT's 100th anniversary and also to mark the "impending finale" of the current ForTwo Cabrio. All cars are getting deep glossy black body panels combined with a matte yellow tridion safety cell featuring a matte accent stripe. It rides on BRABUS Monoblock VII alloys painted in glossy black and enhanced with a yellow ring on the rim flange.


Also noticeable are the titanium-colored headlights, a MOSCOT label in the mirror triangles while the front fascia hosts a BRABUS spoiler lip. The cabin gets a similar black & yellow theme, with black leather on the seats, door paneling, instrument cluster, knee pad and door pockets while yellow leather inserts have been applied on the seat sides as well as on the knee pad.


There's also contrasting top stitching on the three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel while yellow rings have been applied onto the ancillary dashboard instruments and on the shift lever knob. As a final touch, Smart has installed unique "edition MOSCOT" floor mats featuring nubuck leather trim.


Based on the Brabus version, the Smart ForTwo Cabrio edition MOSCOT benefits from a 10mm lowered sports suspension and is powered exclusively by a three-cylinder 1.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with 102 HP (75 kW) sent to the wheels through a 5-speed manual gearbox.



Already available on order, this (possibly) last special edition of the ForTwo Cabrio is priced in Germany from €29,524, with deliveries scheduled to kick off early summer.


Gallery: Smart ForTwo Cabrio edition MOSCOT unveiled, based on the old model

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