The 2013 smart fortwo will have its official debut this March at Geneva.
We're fully aware that the smart fortwo doesn't have the biggest fan base amongst gearheads. And that's fine, simply because smart wants their models to be something different. And now, Daimler's city car brand has just unveiled their facelifted 2013 smart fortwo. The revamped fortwo now has a more dynamic, sporty appearance that features a large radiator grille with an integrated chrome logo, new front aprons, horizontally arranged LED daytime driving lights, muscular side skirts and modified rear aprons.
The same five trim levels, pure, pulse, passion, BRABUS and BRABUS Xclusive, will remain the same. In addition, buyers will continue to have a choice between coupe and cabrio versions and a large 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine lineup. These include two gasoline hybrids (with 61hp and 71hp respectively), two turbo gasoline turbos (84hp and 102hp), and a 54hp cdi turbodiesel. The fortwo electric drive is the final option. Along with the chrome-colored logo on the radiator grille, buyers can opt for three soft top choices (black, red, and blue) along with standard 9-spoke alloy wheels.
Additional wheel options include 3-spoke and 3-twin-spoke designs fitted with wide tires. Pricing is set to start off at €10,275 and it will arrive in dealerships this April. We'll have more details and pictures when the 2013 smart fortwo has its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show.