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Daimler Exec Admits Smart Fortwo Brabus is "On The Table"


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Smart is just releasing its redesigned 2015 Fortwo and ForFour families, but attention has quickly turned to when the company will get around to releasing the hotter Brabus versions.

New Smart Fortwo and Forfour Receive Their Price tag in Pounds Sterling


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The all-new Smart Fortwo and Forfour models are now available for order in the UK, where they start at £11,125 and £11,620 respectively.

As you may know, the new Smart shares its underpinnings with the Renault Twingo, though it differs a lot in terms of look/styling; the Twingo’s UK range kicks off at £9,495 (£2,125 less than the Forfour).

All-New Smart ForTwo and ForFour Are on their Home Turf in Paris


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The downside to releasing photos of new models weeks or even months before their official debut at an auto show is that the element of surprise is missing completely.

New Smart ForTwo and ForFour Priced from €10,895 and €11,555 in Germany


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Smart has announced the start of sales of the all-new ForTwo and ForFour in Germany, with the two city cars priced from €10,895 ($14,590) and €11,555 ($15,474), respectively.

Static Preview of the Two New Smart Cars


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Smart has kept the formula for its ForTwo model pretty much the same as before, and even refrained itself from making it bigger, like most rivals are doing. It is noticeably wider than before (by 10 cm / ~4 in), though, and it’s also finally available with a manual (five-speed) gearbox.

2015 Smart Forfour Gets Virtual Exterior Tuning


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Unveiled last week along with its little brother, the second generation of the Smart Forfour is still a few months away from actually being driven by potential customers, not to mention getting bought, so seeing one all dressed up with aftermarket wheels is surely a bit peculiar.

What Mercedes' Smart Brand Can Learn from BMW's Mini


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For a long time, there has been something –ahem- dumb about Smart; even if one thought that their cars were right, the strategy was wrong. The company offered one basic vehicle in different trims, and let it languish on the market. Last week, the Daimler subsidiary unveiled two new models – the appropriately named Fortwo and Forfour. The debuts come not a moment too soon for the microcar brand, whose novelty has long subsided since its 1998 market introduction.

Smart's All-New 2015 ForTwo and ForFour Officially Revealed [92 Pics & Videos]


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It's a new day for Daimler's Smart brand that welcomed two new models to its range on Wednesday, the third-generation ForTwo and the second-generation ForFour, with which it hopes to expand its reach into the city car segment and boost worldwide sales.

2015 Smart ForTwo and ForFour Leaked Ahead of Today’s Reveal


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We have to admit that Smart did a pretty good job of keeping the all-new ForTwo and ForFour a secret until the day of the official unveiling. The first leaked photos look authentic and come from China – both the actual images and the scenery you can admire in the background.

All-New Smart ForTwo and ForFour Revealed by Audio Company!


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As you probably know, Smart will officially unveil the all-new ForTwo and ForFour city cars later today, which is why these photos from audio specialist Harman will not cause much damage.

First Official Sketches of All-New 2015 Smart ForTwo Out in the Open


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It's almost time for Smart to show its all-new 2015 ForTwo and ForFour models, but just before the big reveal in Berlin, Germany, on Wednesday night, July 16, the Daimler-owned brand released the first official drawings of the production ForTwo.

All-New Smart ForTwo and ForFour Teased in New Video


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Smart’s concept cars released in recent years have all influenced the design of the upcoming ForTwo and ForFour city cars, as the following official video explains.

Scoop: Renault Twingo's Smart Alter-Ego is the New ForFour


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Much like the trio of mini cars from Toyota and PSA Peugeot Citroen that share the same body, architecture, mechanical hardware and manufacturing location differing mainly in styling, their upcoming rivals from Renault and Daimler's Smart division, the new Twingo and ForFour, were born from the same mold and will be assembled at the French carmaker's Novo Mesto plant in Slovenia.

Daimler CEO Says All-New ForFour will Finally Make Smart Profitable


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Dieter Zetsche, the CEO of Daimler AG, is optimistic that the company’s Smart subsidiary will post a profit for the first time ever thanks to the upcoming ForFour city car.

Smart Teases All-New ForTwo and ForFour, Says They Are Ready to Launch


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The all-new Smart ForTwo and ForFour are undergoing their final testing phase, and Smart has decided to tease the two models with a video showing the cars completely covered by camouflage.

Renault Twingo to Share Up to 70 Percent of Components with Smart ForTwo, ForFour


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The all-new Smart ForTwo and ForFour minicars will share up to 70 percent of their components with the new Renault Twingo that was unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show. However, Smart claims that their models will bear no resemblance to the French city car. The ForTwo will retain its iconic shape, while the ForFour will be inspired by the Fourjoy concept car.

New Smart ForFour Envisioned as a Refaced Renault Twingo


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Recent spy shots of prototypes of the new Smart ForFour that surfaced online are suggesting that Daimler's small car unit will follow, if not an identical, a similar path to Toyota and PSA Peugeot-Citroen, which created three models using the same body with different styling for the front and to a lesser extent, rear ends of their vehicles.

Mercedes Boss Confirms S-Class Coupe for Geneva, Smart FourFour and CLS F/L for Fall


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There was some debate on whether the two-door model shown on a wall screen during Daimler's annual press conference in Stuttgart the other day was the new S-Class Coupe or the next C-Class Coupe.

Well, the only way to find out was to watch a…2 hour video of Daimler executives talking about the company's performance, plans and financial tidbits (not the most pleasant way to spend your time, may I add…), and we can now confirm that it is indeed the S-Class Coupe.

Mercedes-Benz Inadvertently Shows New Model, is it the S-Class Coupe?


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In general, annual conferences for investors can be, you know, tedious, for most people with no financial gains, but they can also provide interesting news. Today, for example, during Daimler's annual meeting in Stuttgart, the German automaker unintentionally showed a photo of a brand new coupe.

Smart ForFour May Not Arrive in the U.S., Report Says


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Smart’s upcoming ForFour four-seat hatchback is unlikely to reach the U.S. market due to high costs of homologation. While Daimler executives stated that a final decision hasn’t been made yet, Smart CEO Annette Winkler revealed that the car has not been homologated for the United States.