smart Turns Up The Heat With New fortwo BRABUS Edition Red

smart fortwo BRABUS Red

smart fortwo

The colour red is synonymous with passion and power and the new smart fortwo BRABUS edition red is certain to get customers hot under the collar.

Available as a coupé and a cabrio, this latest special edition from the iconic automotive brand is fitted with a 74 bhp BRABUS-tuned petrol engine. It is equipped with exclusive ‘intense red’ body panels and has a matching ‘intense red’ tridion, front spoiler, side skirt and door mirrors and 16” BRABUS Monoblock VI alloy wheels.

In addition to its powerful engine and striking good looks, the fortwo BRABUS edition red comes with an impressive list of standard equipment, including softouch transmission, exclusive leather/Alcantara seats, dashboard and door trims with red contrast stitching, 3-spoke leather sports steering wheel with steering wheel gearshift paddles, air conditioning, front fog lights, cockpit clock and rev counter, BRABUS twin sports exhaust with heat shield, BRABUS aluminium pedals, gear knob and handbrake lever, BRABUS velour floor mats and audio package.

Dermot Kelly, Managing Director, Mercedes Car Group said: “There’s never been a smart fortwo quite like it. This distinctive and exclusive special edition will appeal to customers who want to stand out from the crowd and enjoy the fun-packed performance that a BRABUS-tuned engine can offer.”

Available now, on-the-road prices for the ‘red edition’ are:

  • fortwo coupé BRABUS edition red £13,865 OTR
  • fortwo cabrio BRABUS edition red £15,610 OTR

The smart range is available from smart retailers, starting from £6,775 OTR

Published 13 September 2006 Melanie Carter

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