The 2011 Smart ForTwo BRABUS Coupe is known as Smart's sportier lineup. This doesn't meant that it skips out on what Smart vehicles are known for, namely excellent fuel economy and low CO2 emission, just for the sake of a sportier appearance. For 2011, the BRABUS has some striking changes. The most striking change is the new rim design for the Monoblock VII alloy wheels. The BRABUS double pipe rear muffler has also been modified.
The power output for the 2011 BRABUS Coupe has also been increased from 72 to 75 horsepower. Despite this, at 119 grams CO2 per 100 kilometes, even the more powerful engine remains below the 120 gram CO2 emissions threshold. The interior is still spacious and roomy for the small vehicle. The instrument cluster now also features the new dial. New as an available option on the BRABUS is the cruise control function. Basically, the BRABUS Coupe is the answer to those who want the ForTwo, but a sportier, edgier version.
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