When we first heard that Smart would reveal new Brabus versions of their ForTwo and ForFour in Geneva, we thought that they’d finally release the performance variants, but as it turns out, it’s just new editions and packages.
For the 89hp version of the ForTwo Cabrio, they developed a new limited Brabus edition with a matte light blue finish for the bodypanels, tridion safety cell and grille, combined with a titanium grey soft top, while inside, it has “imitation” aka fake leather and “mesh” fabric surfaces and blue trim parts.
It also gets standard heated seats for driver and passenger, Stowage Space package, Cool & Media package, LED & Sensor package, Comfort package and a larger 35-litre tank.
Only 200 Brabus edition ForTwos will be built, but that’s probably for the best since it will cost a whopping €29,950 (equal to around $32,600) in Germany, with sales to start in March.
In Geneva, Smart is also launching a new Brabus Sport Package available for all models in the ForTwo (priced at €1,900) and ForFour range (€2,000) starting from April. It includes a front apron, rear diffuser, a 10mm lowered sports suspension, 16-inch wheels for the ForTwo Coupe and 17-inch rims for the ForTwo Cabrio and ForFour, a three-spoke sports steering wheels, and Brabus-branded shift lever knob, handbrake lever and aluminum pedals.