No Matter What the Color, Its Still a Smart

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We've released a few articles about the special editions that Smart introduces for its Fortwo mirco car, such as the "Three", "Hello Kitty", and "GB-10". This new one is Smart's attempt to give the Fortwo a sporty look, and it's being called the Nightorange. Obviously, it's painted orange which is actually an exclusive orange metallic finish. This is combined with a black Tidion safety cell and black 3-double-spoke alloy wheels.

The same color theme is continued inside with the black seats in a mix of leather and fabric sporting an orange stripe in the center. The instrument trims are painted in black, while the sports steering wheel and gear knob are covered with black nappa leather. There will be a choice of three engine variants: two gas versions with 71-horsepower and 84-hp, and a diesel engine producing 54-hp. The Nightorange can be ordered now and comes with a starting price of $18,750.

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