The machine is based on the Smart EQ Fortwo cabrio, and is intended as an “uncomplicated solution to urban mobility”. As well as the lack of roof, the Forease is marked out by a shorter windscreen, with two ‘domes’ behind the seats for safety in the event of an accident.
The Forease, which is on display at the Paris motor show, is finished in while with ‘stream green’ colour accents, which are also used to denote particular interior features.
Because the car is permanently open to the elements, Smart has removed the air vents from the dashboard, replacing them with two extra digital displays.
These can be used to show content from a related smartphone app.