The hatchback and convertible versions of the for two are the only Smart models sold in the United States
Powering the tiny vehicle is a 60 kWh electric motor that distributes up to 80 horsepower and 118 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels via a single-speed automatic transmission.
This powertrain makes the EV feel snappy and nimble in urban environments. However, it only speeds up From 0 to 60 in a slow 11.4 seconds.
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Small enough to fit any parking spaceNimble around city streetsSufficient space for two passengersTop-down thrills in the cabriolet variantUnique aesthetics
Surprisingly poor gas mileageLow-rent feel to cabin materialsUnrefined transmissionImpractical and expensive