Brabus and Smart Celebrate 10 Years with a Special Edition ForTwo


Brabus has gone all-out on their 10 Anniversary Special Edition Smart ForTwo.

Smart and Brabus have had a very successful working relationship over the past decade. The German automakers and tuners have been collaborating for 10 full years and the duo are celebrating with a special edition Smart ForTwo model to mark the occasion. Brabus' tuning work on Smart cars has led to over 50,000 customized models and their latest offering is sure to please those who have been fans of the muscled-up city car.

Limited to only 100 units, the 10 Year Anniversary Edition Smart ForTwo features a complete liquid silver finish which gives the convertible a great look. It sits on a set of matte gray Monoblock VII alloy wheels. Stylistically, the special edition makes use of LED daytime running lights, titanium-colored headlights and several red Brabus logos. Dr. Annette Winkler said of the relationship between the companies that "10 years of smart-BRABUS stands for more than 50,000 customised [sic] vehicles and lots of delighted customers."

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"The fact that we already produced more than 10,000 smarts together last year shows that we still have lots of potential for further growth and high profitability with this creative and efficient team." Power steering, exclusive badging and bespoke limited edition plate along with such comforts like heated black leather seats with red stitching all lead to a truly unique ForTwo. It runs on a turbocharged engine which produces 102 horsepower and 108 pound-feet of torque. Paired to a sports transmission, the convertible can hit 62mph from rest in 8.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 96 mph.

As always, Brabus is allowing for plenty of customization options for the Smart ForTwo 10-Year Anniversary Special Edition model. Check out the package (and a few of their other creations) in the gallery below.