A special edition of the convertible smart fortwo will be celebrating its world premiere at the 79th Geneva Motor Show. The “edition limited three” boasts exclusive, melon green metallic paintwork and a spruced up interior design. Thanks to mhd technology as standard, the cult two-seater car combines the chic appearance with outstanding environmental friendliness.
The melon green colour scheme is continued in a fabric design with contrasting shades of brown. The instrument panel featuring dark brown leather-effect details also continues the fresh play of colours. The 3-spoke sports steering wheel with steering wheel gearshift is covered with dark brown leather, as is the gear knob.
The new edition, which is available as a coupé as well as a cabriolet, is based on the “passion” equipment variant. Among other features it comes with softouch automatic gear programme, electric windows, air conditioning with automatic temperature control. The standard equipment of the “edition limited three” also includes Power steering, heated seats, a lockable glove compartment and the smart sound system with five high quality loud speakers and a smart MP3 interface are optionally available.
Smart’s micro hybrid drive (mhd) technology comes as standard. The automatic start/stop system reduces the combined fuel consumption by approximately eight percent. It also reduces the CO2 emissions to 106 grams per kilometre for the cabrio version. Fuel savings of up to almost 20 percent are possible in urban traffic with frequent stop-and-go situations.
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