Brabus’ Geneva lineup includes a tuned A 250, two G-Class’ and an expensive Smart ForTwo.
The Brabus Ultimate E Shadow Edition will set you back almost $75,000.
Brabus’ tuned ForTwo EQ Cabrio is limited to 28 units and will premiere at the Geneva Motor Show.
This ForTwo uses the engine of a Huey helicopter and has a top speed estimated at 220 mph.
Smart’s murdered out ForTwo PureBlack will go on sale in the coming months.
The electric ForTwo lacks instant torque and its short wheelbase makes for a very shaky ride.
Brabus has almost doubled the output from the Smart Fortwo Cabrio to make the new limited-edition 125R.
It’s just a styling exercise by a rendering artist, but we have to admit it doesn’t look half bad.
Smart has only sold 524 vehicles in the United States this year.
The announcement was made by Daimler boss Dieter Zetsche, at the annual shareholders’ meeting
Goodbye maneuverability, hello people pointing at your Smart car with their mouths open.
Guilt-free hooning in an electric Smart? We’re in!.