Smart Brabus Ultimate R- Based on the Smart ForTwo

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What defines a Brabus vehicle? Carbon fiber, racing looks and power. The 2010 Smart Brabus Ultimate R is based on the ForTwo, and it powered by a three-cylinder turbocharged engine that can churn out 112 horsepower. The racing-look exterior of the car features a special "gun metal" paint job and carbon fiber components. The Ultimate R delivers the kind of performance that its racing looks promise: a ton of fun.

The Ultimate R can zoom from zero to 37 mph in just 3.9 second and reaches 62 mph just after 9.5 seconds. Inside, high-tech material is used on the speedometer, instrument bezels, and door handles. Adding the perfect complement are the stainless-steel pedals with rubber pads and aluminum shifter.

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