Post 1

Combining agility with emission-free driving, the smart electric drive range places urban mobility at the forefront for a unique experience behind the wheel. With the smart electric drive range, you are not only choosing an electric car, but you are choosing an electric car that suits you perfectly.

Available in the smart fortwo coupé, smart fortwo cabrio and the smart forfour, smart are the only manufacturer in the world offering the full model range with both combustion engines and pure battery-electric drive.

Boasting 60 kW of power behind the engine, the smart Electric Drive does not compromise on agile acceleration.  One battery charge has sufficient power to cover approximately 160 kilometres in accordance with the NEDC, making it ideal for urban use.  What’s more, the optional high-performance on board 22Kw fast charger can charge your vehicle in just 45 minutes, meaning less time waiting and more time discovering the open road.  Thanks to the ‘smart control’ app, charging on-the-go is also now possible from afar making the smart work together with your agile lifestyle.

Focusing on driving and it’s clear that both agility and practicality remain uncompromised thanks to a tight turning circle and full customisation across the models’ colours and optional equipment.  The ‘smart control’ app enables the driver to pull up information about their electric drive remotely via PC, tablet or smart phone and includes adaptable functions such as pre-entry climate control and intelligent remote charging.  Inside and the stylish interior becomes immediately apparent through a sleek dashboard with power meter and battery status display. There’s also the option to purchase the winter package upon request with a heated steering wheel for maximum climate comfort.  To complete the look and make a bold statement in the city, the Electric Drive’s optional design package gives your chosen model an eye-catching exterior with the tridion safety cell and door mirror caps painted in electric green. 

Share this Post: Facebook Twitter digg Google Plus StumbleUpon newsvine