The list of world premieres at the Geneva Motor Show just keeps getting longer and longer, with Daimler group-tuner Carlsson today announcing their take on the new Smart ForTwo.
They’re calling the program CK10 and for now, it focuses on the cosmetics and the chassis leaving the city car’s engine bay intact – for the time being.
For the new-gen ForTwo’s exterior, Carlsson offers 17-inch alloy wheels, front and rear spoilers, and a rear diffuser with cutouts for a pretentious set of quad pipes, which will only make your Smart look, and not go, faster.
Carlsson’s upholstery department says it can give the ForTwo’s interior a bespoke feel by dressing the seats, dashboard, steering wheel and other components in leather or Alcantara surfaces and cross-stitching or piping of your choice.
Other options include a pedal set with matching footrest, gearshift knob and handbrake handle, all made from high-grade aluminum, plus unique floor mats.