smart fortwo cabrio

Technical data

 
Model Rated
output
kW [hp]
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
(manual/automatic) s
Max. speed
(manual/automatic) km/h
Combined CO2 emissions NEDC
(manual/automatic) g/km
CO2 efficiency class (manual/automatic) Combined consumption NEDC
(manual/automatic) l/100 km
3-cylinder
smart fortwo cabrio 52 kW 52 [71] 14.9/15.5 151/151 115 – 114/120 – 119 D/D 5.1 – 5.0/5.2
smart fortwo cabrio 66 kW 66 [90] 10.8/11.7 155/155 123 – 122/122 E/D 5.4 – 5.3/5.3
Electric drive
smart EQ fortwo cabrio 41 [60] –/11.8 –/130 –/0 –/A+ –/15.8 – 13.9
(14.5 – 13.0) kWh1

1when charged with 4.6 kW on-board charger, figures for 22 kW charger when charging at a wallbox or public charging station (Mode 3) in brackets

Positioning:

Unrivalled flexibility: at the touch of a button, the new smart fortwo cabrio is transformed from a closed two-seater into a car with a large folding sunroof and then a cabriolet with a completely open roof.

Highlights:

  • Naturally, the smart fortwo cabrio likewise follows the smart design philosophy of FUN.ctional Design. The design idiom is clear, puristic and progressive. It includes the typical silhouette with ultra-short overhangs, clear lines, contours and surfaces, and of course the tridion safety cell.
  • The B-pillar is slimmer than in the closed variants, and the lines of the tridion safety are more progressive; as a result the smart fortwo cabrio appears more sporty and front-biased.
  • Available with electric drive

 

Further information on fuel consumption

Model Urban consumption(manual/automatic) l/100 km Extra-urban consumption(manual/automatic) l/100 km
smart fortwo cabrio 52 kW 5.7 – 5.6/5.5 – 5.4 4.7/5.1
smart fortwo cabrio 66 kW 6.3/6.2 4.8/4.9
smart EQ fortwo cabrio n.a. n.a.
  • Office
    Manager Global smart, MBC Brand & Lab 1886 Communications
  • Email
    ariane.fiedler@daimler.com
  • Phone
    +49 176 309 108 42
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