Brabus Tailor Made creates the Smart ForTwo we all want, but not the sports

We thought the surprise of Smart at Geneva was the Brabus sport, but the reality is somewhat different. Taking advantage of the Swiss event preparer Brabus has unveiled a bodystyling for small Smart ForTwo new generation ahead very closely what the sport itself.

A few days ago we showed you a couple of pictures of what we thought was the ForTwo Brabus, but now reveals that it is a design package Brabus Tailor Made. Come on, that is just a sample of the customizability new generation model.

smart fortwo 2015 brabus tailor made 1 e1425576553543 Brabus Tailor Made crea el Smart ForTwo que todos queremos, pero no es el deportivo The aesthetic package signed by Brabus sports a new lower front, new side skirts and a new rear bumper bumper with diffuser and its now classic two outputs of central exhaust . The set is topped with a Also Brabus wheels in 16 inch , as you can see, is painted in a matching color.

And the new Smart ForTwo customization boasts a number of colors and almost infinite combinations. This is one example, with a body on bright green color, including panels safety cell, matching elements in black. Inside at least some elements regarding customizable but not in color. This opens a tapestry in black color with green center moldings to match, contrast seams, new handbrake knob or a new floor mats with piping to match the body color, etc. .

Smart ForTwo Brabus Tailor Made 2015 For Smart ForTwo Brabus true we should expect, and is expected to finish want to know that the new model has a rear engine and rear wheel drive. So far the ForTwo is sold with two mechanical horses 71 and 90. Brabus expected for the small turbo tricilíndrico close range 120 horse power .

Smart ForTwo Brabus Tailor Made 2015
Smart ForTwo Brabus Tailor Made 2015
Smart ForTwo Brabus Tailor Made 2015
Smart ForTwo Brabus Tailor Made 2015

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