Smart is showcasing these days in Geneva the fortwo cabrio Brabus edition which adds some sporty goodies compared to the regular model.

Smart is showcasing these days in Geneva the fortwo cabrio Brabus edition which adds some sporty goodies compared to the regular model.

Brabus is spicing up Daimler’s smallest convertible with a series of cosmetic updates that start on the outside with the body painted in an exclusive matt light blue paint. In addition, the soft top has a unique titanium grey finish while the interior gains a black & blue theme with imitation leather and fabric surfaces featuring a mesh look. Brabus painted the accent trim parts in a blue shade which is also applied on the leather-look seats and topstitching on the dashboard.

Only 200 units will be made and all are going to be based on the 66 kW (90 hp) cabrio model equipped with the six-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The cars will come in the passion equipment line and with a plethora of standard equipment, including heated seats, Cool & Media package, Stowage Space package, and LED & Sensor package.

In addition, the cars are getting as standard the newly introduced Brabus Sports package bringing body-colored Brabus front spoiler and rear apron, along with a matt grey rear diffuser. It also contains a sportier suspension setup which lowers the ride height by 10 mm and comes with matt grey Brabus Monoblock IX 16-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels.

The Brabus Sports package also includes some interior tweaks, such as the three-spoke leather steering wheel with new topstitching and anthracite bezel. Brushed stainless steel sports pedals with rubber studs are part of the deal and you also get a Brabus leather shift lever knob and handbrake lever.

The Smart fortwo cabrio Brabus edition will be available for order later this month from a rather steep €29,950 (in Germany) before hitting dealerships in May.

The aforementioned Brabus Sports package costs €1,900 for the fortwo and €2,000 for the forfour. The package will be available in the following weeks and will reach dealers in April. The kit can be had for the fortwo, forfour, and fortwo cabrio models equipped with the 52 kW (71 hp) or the 66 kW (90 hp) engine.

Source: Smart

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