Smart ForTwo Tuned by Romeo Ferraris

Tuning

Italian tuner Romeo Ferraris has unveiled their new upgrade program for the Smart ForTwo. Taking the car about as far as it can go appearance-wise, the company has added bits such as modified bumpers, an assortment of wraps, and 17-inch black alloy wheels with 15 mm spacers up front and 25 mm spacers at the rear. The interior is now outfitted with full leather seats, Alcantara accents, and carbon fiber or wood trim.

Surprisingly, this was all done for a Smart ForTwo, a car not normally associated with anything remotely luxurious and/or race-like. Speaking of which, Romeo Ferraris has remapped the ECU of the car's three-cylinder 1.0-liter gasoline engine, resulting in an increase of 23 hp and 32 lb-ft of torque. It's now rated out 98 hp. For the 800cc diesel output is increased by 21 hp. There's also a new exhaust system with a sport catalytic converter and even an optional sport suspension which includes new springs and even stiffer dampers.

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