smart fortwo BoConcept special edition revealed
The matt white smart fortwo BoConcept has been unveiled and will cost from £22,315
Smart has revealed a fortwo BoConcept special edition of its fortwo city car that will cost from £22,315.
It has been created in collaboration with Danish interior design specialist BoConcept and is said to combine all the comfort, style and individualism of a modern living environment, on the move.
The BoConcept special edition is based on the smart fortwo Passion and gets the same 84bhp 1.0-litre engine capable of returning 58mpg and emitting 115g/km of CO2. It’s the most powerful smart currently on sale and will go from 0-60mph in 10.9 seconds.
Visually, the BoConcept special edition gets a beefy Brabus bodykit, new headlights and special brown alloy wheels. All cars come with a matte[?] white paint job and contrasting matte[?] brown panels around the windows and doors. Yellow stripes around the mirrors and wheels introduce a touch of colour, while discreet Brabus badging and LED daytime running lights add an upmarket touch.
Inside, there’s a set of tobacco brown heated leather seats, with matching yellow stitching and BoConcept lettering, while an oak gearknob and velour floor mats complete the interior styling upgrades.
All cars get a long list of standard equipment, including touchscreen sat-nav, air-conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity for your mobile phone and an iPod connection. The coupe version also gets a panoramic sunroof, while the convertible comes with a brown soft top.
This luxury and exclusivity comes at a price though. The smart fortwo BoConcept commands a massive premium of more than £10,000 over the standard ForTwo Passion. The BoConcept is available to order now, with prices starting at £22,135 for the coupe and £24,515 for the convertible.
To view the full Smart range, see the CarBuyer smart reviews page.
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