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First Drive: Smart ForTwo


What’s new? Everything here is new except the concept. This is Daimler's vision for a super-small city car that makes urban driving – not to mention parking – as easy as it gets before you have to ditch a pair of wheels. It's exactly the same length, a gnat's wing lower but a little over 10cm wider, which means the two seats can be set up directly side by side. The engine is at the back, and it's there that you'll find the driven wheels, too. It's all gone techno on the spec sheet, with bold colour combinations inside and out, as well as a big new media interface screen, which, controlled by touch, can be linked to a hefty Hi-Fi system from JBL. Looks and image With the stubbiest nose ever attached to a car, the ForTwo is a bit pug-like. But since pugs are cool, that's fine. Smart has gone as ...

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