Smart Reveals Edition Flashlight Based on the Previous Generation ForTwo Cabrio

Smart has unveiled the ForTwo Edition Flashlight special model at the Detroit Auto Show. The limited special model can be ordered from January 2015 in Europe as a cabrio with a petrol engine or electric drive, with first deliveries scheduled for April 2015. Later on, the model will go on sale worldwide.

Based on the Passion equipment line of the previous generation ForTwo, the the Edition Flashlight features exclusive matte-crystal white body panels, which can also be had in deep black. The tridion safety cell is only offered in a contrasting lava orange paint, as are the door mirror caps.

Other distinctive details are the black radiator grille, black alloy wheels in a 3-twin-spoke design with lava orange hub covers, H7 projection headlamps with a titanium-colored background and the edition logo in the mirror triangle.

Inside, the ForTwo Edition Flashlight gets seats in black leather look with black fabric inserts on the backrests, orange stitching and a contrasting orange stripe – also found on the kneepad. There’s orange stitching on the 3-spoke leather sports steering wheel and the dashboard as well, with exclusive “Edition Flashlight” floor mats completing the interior changes.

Standard equipment also includes an RDS radio with USB and AUX ports for MP3 or CD player, two integrated loudspeakers and an additional drawer below the operating unit. The Softouch automatic gearshift program comes as standard too.

Prices in Germany for the Edition Flashlight start at €17,580 ($20,725), and Smart says the special model’s exclusive equipment package offers customers a saving of up to 44 percent.