July 4, 2013
Smart unveils the limited edition ForTwo Cityflame in Japan
It’s black and yellow, black and yellow, and if one of these ever showed up on a street in India, it might’ve been mistaken for a Taxi. That doesn’t stop the new two-tone Smart ForTwo Cityflame edition from being an eye-catching little vehicle. With just 80 of these released in Japan by Mercedes-Benz, this compact car comes with a never-seen-before-on-a-Smart interior and exterior design. The car has its black and yellow theme continued on the insides with dual-tone seats and yellow accents on the dashboard.
Besides this, the cosmetically overhauled limited edition Smart ForTwo also packs to-die-for 15-inch rims, a more energetic front grill and an aggressive stance. Inside, the car packs a 70-hp, 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that produces 68 lb-ft of torque. The car is available as both, a standard coupe as well as a cabriolet. Apart from all of this, expect the same from this car that you’d expect from a more conventional Smart ForTwo. To us, this is one of those cars to be driven around city streets to beat the usual gridlock and squeeze into the narrowest lanes in style.
[Via – Impress]